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On Fortune's Wheel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

The head robber's name is Damall. Birle recognizes him as the showman from Corbel's fair. His accomplices are the performers in the show. Damall promises not to hurt the three slaves unless it becomes necessary. While Damall ponders what he will do with them, he has their chains and collars removed.

Damall would let them go free if he could be sure they will not betray him. Finally, he hits on a compromise. Yul will remain with the sideshow, as a guarantee of silence. Damall will give Birle a horse, to carry Orien back to the Kingdom. Birle refuses to sneak away while Yul is asleep. Instead, Birle asks the giant what she should do. Yul agrees to stay with the sideshow. Birle promises to return for Yul, if she lives.

Chapter 20 Analysis

Damall plays a dangerous game. He has spies among Corbel's household. He travels freely...

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