Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff - Part V: Lamb, Chapter 25 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Christopher Moore
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Part V: Lamb, Chapter 25 - 26 Summary

On the way to the wedding in Cana, Philip calls a friend of his over to join the band of Joshua's followers, a young man named Nathaniel, who is a rather naïve person. A little farther along, they come upon two blind beggars who had helped Biff climb atop the wall around Maggie's house. Joshua cures them and asks what they see. Everything looks brown, because everything is brown in this part of the country, which disappoints the beggars.

At the wedding, Maggie invites everyone in except Bartholomew, who prefers the company of dogs, but dogs are not allowed at the wedding. The party has lots of food but no wine. Biff learns that John the Baptist has been arrested for inciting people to riot and tells Joshua. Maggie asks him to do something about the lack of...

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