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Knowledge of Angels - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

Fra Murta arrives in Alquiera and finds Palinor resting in a hammock, where he had been reading St. Augustine's Civitate Dei. Fra Murta's minions force Palinor to his knees, and Fra Murta announces he has a warrant to arrest Palinor for heresy. The servants at Saracen's House, including Joffre, the blacksmith, and the butcher, stand in Palinor's defense and demand that Fra Murta's men not beat Palinor. Palinor puts on a fine shirt and rides with Fra Murta's men to Cuidad.

As the men ride into the city, a frightened and nervous Palinor sees a strange sight. It is almost nightfall, and people in dark garments line the road, all holding fiery torches. They cross themselves as the riders pass. The whole city is lit with torches, and people are endlessly singing, "Jesus, remember me, when you come into your kingdom." Fra Murta tells Palinor...

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