Crispin: The Cross of Lead - Chapters 36-40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 36-40 Summary

Crispin and Bear are given a room on the second floor. Bear tells Crispin to stay there until he returns, but Crispin feels restless and resents being told what to do. He decides to explore the city on his own for awhile, and sneaks out the back door of the tavern. In the city, he is amazed by the things he sees. While walking down one street, he passes a very rich lady on a horse. He asks a nearby boy who she is, and he tells him that she is Lady Furnival.

After a while Crispin comes to the town square. He is impressed by the beautiful cathedral and decides to look inside. Inside, he sees a man praying, who seems familiar. When the man turns around, he realizes that it is John Aycliffe, the steward of Stromford. Before Crispin...

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