Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff - Study Guide Part II: Change, Chapter 11 - 15 Summary & Analysis

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Modern Biff finishes reading Matthew and does not recognize him as the same Matthew as Biff had known. He also wonders why the ending is so different from what really happened. Raziel has turned from soap operas to professional wrestling as his television addiction.

Balthesar's fortress is built into the side of a cliff. Biff notices no chisel marks and puzzles over how the construction was done. They go by the room for Balthesar's Chinese concubines and then a mysterious big wooden door with three huge iron bolts and a brass lock with odd characters engraved on it. Balthesar tells the boys that they can go anywhere in the house except into this room.

The old Magus brings Joshua and Biff to a room filled with pillows, a low table loaded with food and drink, and explains that they...

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