Crispin: The Cross of Lead - Chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-35 Summary

As they leave the village, Crispin tells Bear that the one-eyed man was staring at him. Crispin is concerned because Bear revealed where they are heading, but Bear tells him not to worry. As they travel on towards Great Wexly, Bear continues teaching Crispin to play and juggle. Crispin helps perform in the villages they pass, and they earn more money and food. Crispin enjoys this way of life. One night Bear offers to make Crispin his apprentice, rather than his servant, and Crispin is overjoyed.

As they get nearer to Great Wexly, Crispin is amazed at the different kinds of people they see on the road to the city. When they reach the gate, however, it is guarded by armed men who seem to be looking for someone. Bear tells Crispin to play music as they pass through, and not...

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