King of the Wind - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

The Quaker, Jethro Coke is a retired merchant who owned land on the outskirts of London. He feels sorry for the horse and decides to buy him, and it seems to him the boy needs help as well and so within a week, Sham, Agba and the cat, Grimalkin, are on their way to England. When they arrive at Mr. Coke's home, Agba is sure that the power of the wheat ear has faded. Mr. Coke's wife is dead and Mistress Cockburn, a plump motherly lady, runs the house. Mistress Cockburn likes Mr. Coke and his daughter, but dislikes Mr. Coke's son in law, Benjamin Biggle.

Mr. Coke takes Benjamin to see the new horse he has bought for him, and they find Agba cleaning and caring for sham. Mr. Coke assures Benjamin that this is the right horse for him, because he is small and calm...

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