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Morality Play Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 Summary

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Chapter 8 Summary

The players are in town looking for information. They meet back at the inn afterwards to share their findings. Nicolas begins the session. He tells them that a monk witnessed the murderess near the crime scene on the night Wells was killed. He adds that Wells was small for his age and was frequently beaten by a drunken man who lived with Thomas's mother. Springer mentions that the boy's father left years ago to join the wars. Stephen notes that the Wells are poor and that the man in the house is in bondage to the Lord De Guise.

Martin adds that the drunken man frequents the inn, trying to convince the innkeeper that he is sober in order to be served. The innkeeper waits until the drunk stumbles to kick him out. Nicolas puts in that the impoverished family had just sold their cow, and the...

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