Lord Foul's Bane - chapter 5-7 Summary & Analysis

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chapter 5-7 Summary

After Thomas is safely down the mountain he looks himself over and realizes that he has multiple scrapes and tears in his skin. The scrapes on his hands are bleeding but have dirt up inside the wounds. He finally explains to Lena that he has to wash himself and get his wounds clean or the leprosy will eat away at his wounds. She is still confused about the leprosy and thinks that the Lords would have some medicines to fix him. Finally she takes him to a stream and puts large handfuls of mud on all his wounds. He is irritated at first but lets her and once done when he washes in the stream he realizes that his wounds are completely healed. He even feels tingling in his hands and in his legs.

She takes him on toward her village...

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