The Princess Bride - Chapter Eight, Honeymoon: Pages 307- 317 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eight, Honeymoon: Pages 307- 317 Summary

Inigo runs into a billiards room only to be struck by the Count's Florinese dagger. As blood flows from Inigo's stomach he sinks to the floor whispering that he is sorry. Recognition fully strikes Rugen as he sees the six-fingered sword. Somewhere in Inigo's subconscious, the voice of his father and one of his fencing coach's gives him the strength to pull the dagger from his wound and stand. Inigo blocks a few of the Count's blows and begins repeating his greeting, each time with more and more strength. Inigo repays the Count for the scars on his cheeks and for each blow Rugen has ever given him. The Count is becoming more and more unnerved by Inigo's repetition of his salutation. Inigo asks for money, power, anything he desires and Rugen agrees to it...

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