Purity of Blood - Chapter 10 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Arturo Pérez-Reverte
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Chapter 10 and Epilogue Summary

Chapter 10 - Unfinished Business: Later that night, with Inigo safely back in the Alatriste's lodgings on Calle del Arcabuz and under the ministrations of Caridad la Lebrijana, Alatriste and don Quevedo mill about with the rest of the town outside the walls by the bonfires of the heretics. They had already seen Elvira de la Cruz garroted and burned. Don Quevedo pears around at the festive atmosphere they auto-da-fe has brought and tells Alatriste that he mourns for Spain. Quevedo tells the captain about his desperate ride to Aragon. The four words that Olivares had written led the poet to the town of Alquezar, the origin of the family of the royal secretary, and to the green book that town keeps detailing the genealogy of its families. It turns out that Luis de Alquezar's grandfather was a Jewish convert...

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