No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger - Chapters 12, 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12, 13 and 14 Summary

The tribe is only temporarily mesmerized by the spectral workforce and surmises that the magician has put his powers to work against their strike. The unwitting Balthasar is threatened with being burned at the stake unless he promises not to conduct any more magic and to stop No. 44 from doing the same. Grateful to have escaped the fate at the stake, Balthasar states that he will reduce No. 44 to ashes should the boy try anything magical again.

The next day, the men still refuse to work, and the university job needs to be packed and loaded on wagons when the people come from Prague to pick it up. Doangivadam and Katrina offer to pack and load the entire print job themselves so that the master will not lose the income. Doangivadam reports to Heinrich that the commitment will be met and that the wagons will...

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