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Knowledge of Angels Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25 Summary

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Chapter 25 Summary

Severo cannot stand Fra Murta's company, and the ride to Sant Clara is almost unbearable. Fra Murta tells story after story of flushing out heretics, seemingly relishing his role as Inquisitor. Severo states that the shedding of blood is never a good thing, and Fra Murta says the church is innocent of bloodshed, because it turns heretics over to the civil power to kill.

At Sant Clara, Severo suddenly is ashamed that he has brought this blight of a man to such a beautiful and peaceful place. The men approach Amara, who now looks like a pleasing young girl. Amara says she does not know Severo and she does not like Fra Murta.

Severo asks Amara who created her. She replies, "Wolves." Severo asks if she felt any unseen spirit around her, and she answers she felt cold. Fra Murta asks Amara what was above...

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