The Eyes of the Dragon - Chapters 37 - 40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 37 - 40 Summary

At first the Judge-General does not believe in Peter's guilt, but when he confronts Peter with the evidence and Peter bursts into tears, the Judge-General thinks it seems that Peter is feeling guilty about something. Faced with Peter's tears, the Judge-General decides to investigate further, delaying the preparations for the coronation. Anders Peyna opens the box with Peter's name on it. Peter has denied owning the box until he remembers losing it as a child. Flagg is called to examine the poison. While waiting for Flagg, Anders Peyna asks Peter why he denied having the box, but all Peter can think of is how much he loved his father and how crazy it is that they can think he killed him. Flagg comes into the room, making a great show of testing the poison and showing how it can eat through...

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