Crispin: The Cross of Lead - Chapters 41-45 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 41-45 Summary

Crispin cannot sleep; he is too worried and curious about Bear's meeting. He slips down the stairs and eavesdrops on the two men talking. They discuss how apprentices want better wages and less tax, and that the people will soon be ready for rebellion. Bear tells John Ball that King Edward will die soon and that that will be a better time for a rebellion. John Ball believes that the people are ready for an uprising in this area because Lord Furnival is dead and has left no heir. Bear tells him that on the subject of an heir he has found something very important. He leans in to tell John Ball, and Crispin can no longer hear what they are saying. Crispin heads back to his room and opens the window for some air. He is disturbed to see a...

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