Riddley Walker - Chapter 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13. In Chapter 13, Riddley states that he had never been to Cambry before but knew

it was a bit further from Fork Stoan. As the boys travel and talk, it dawns on Riddley he and Lissener are like the two sons of Eusa, and the boys weep at the thought. They decide to part and better their chances, with Lissener going forward to Cambry and Riddley heading to find Belnot Phist in the hopes he might be able to help them.

Riddley heads back to Widders Dump and considers what he will do when he gets there. He passes through a place called Mr Clevvers Roaling Place, where Riddley hears the voice of Fister Crunchman. As Riddley listens, he listens to Fister saying he doesn't feel right about something and the voice of Straiter Empy saying, "For his oan good and all" (Chapter 13, p. 102). Riddley...

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