Julian - III Summary & Analysis

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III Summary

At age eleven, Julian's life is again in jeopardy. The death of the Bishop, who'd been appointed guardian of Julian and his brother Gallus, meant that the fate of the boys was again in question. At this point, the enmity Gallus has for Julian becomes evident as he tells Julian that he doesn't want to die. Julian's own death would be little loss, according to Gallus. Julian has learned his lessons well and can quickly "parrot" scripture and passages from writing he studied to support almost any point. He also learns to be politically correct in his assessment of Christianity rather than to share his true feelings on the subject. Though Julian already has strong doubts about Christianity, he and Gallus agree to build a chapel dedicated to St. Mammas, a shepherd whose remains could supposedly cure an array of diseases. The two...

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