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Morality Play Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

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Chapter 9 Summary

When Nicolas wakes up the next morning, he notices that Stephen is having a nightmare. Nicolas rises and sees two men in leather aprons clearing away the snow near the inn. He notes that he wants to remember this peaceful moment that precedes the turmoil he knows will soon come. He does, however, find it odd that he would want to remember this moment, as he notes that at this moment, his sins are upon him more then ever. He reviews his past acts: he never finished the transcription he was commissioned to do, he left he diocese without permission on a number of occasions, he gambled away his Holy Relic, and finally, he joined a troupe of players. He warns, however, that all of these sins together are nothing compared what will follow with the Wells play.

As the other players wake up, they begin another...

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