Restoration - Part 2, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 21 Summary

After Pearce's death, Merivel uncharacteristically becomes a loner. He begins to hate Katherine, the most recent object of the sin of lust. His sensual ways caused him to lose the King's favor, and now it causes him to lose his friends at the asylum. Finally he is confronted by Ambrose, who tells him he has to leave Whittlesea. Not only that, but he must take Katherine with him because she is pregnant. Merivel tries to protest, but Ambrose is firm that the direction has come from God. Merivel finds out that since he has not visited Katherine since before Pearce's death, she has begun acting as crazy as before, not sleeping, crying, screaming and repeating "Robert." As soon as she reunites with Merivel, she calms down and begins to sleep again.

Merivel decides to go to London, so he and Katherine set out by wagon...

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