Crispin: The Cross of Lead - Chapters 56-58 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 56-58 Summary

John Aycliffe is about to call the guards when Crispin reveals that he knows who he really is. Crispin says he has come for Bear, and that if he lets them both go then Crispin will promise never to declare himself Lord Furnival's heir. John Aycliffe says he is a wolf's head and that nobody will believe him, and prepares to call the guards. Crispin jumps on him and threatens him with his dagger. He shows him the cross of lead that claims he is Furnival's son. John Aycliffe agrees to swear an oath that Crispin and Bear can leave the city unharmed. In return, Crispin swears an oath to give him the cross and never claim himself Furnival's heir.

John Aycliffe takes him down to the dungeon to get Bear. Bear has been tortured and is very weak. Crispin demands...

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