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King of Shadows Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 12 and Chapter 13 Summary

In chapter twelve, Nat's aunt, Jennifer Field, arrives at Guy's Hospital in London after flying overnight from South Carolina. She is told by Nurse Stevens that she cannot see Nat, but that his health is improving and he may be released from the hospital in a few days. Back in the isolation room, Nurse Stevens wonders why Nat, who is very disoriented, is acting and speaking so strangely. Nat speaks with a strange Elizabethan dialect and is confounded by the modern technology around him.

In chapter thirteen, Shakespeare nervously dresses himself the morning of the performance for the Queen. Nat and Shakespeare walk to the new Globe, where a flag is already flying, indicating a performance is to take place in the afternoon. Shakespeare tells Nat that if there are soldiers in the theatre, the Queen will be attending the performance. In the...

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