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They Have Pulled Down Deep Heaven on Their Heads Summary

Frost and Wither become confused when the man they think to be Merlin does not respond to their Latin. They think that maybe if they get someone who speaks Celtic or Welsh then they can communicate with the mysterious man. In the meantime they resolve to allow Mark and Rev. Straik, as their only two pupils advancing toward admittance to the inner circle, to take shifts watching the old man in case he begins to communicate.

At St. Anne's, the real Merlin advances through the door toward Ransom, who greets him in Latin, telling him to stand still and in the name of God say who he is and why he is there. At this, Merlin tells Ransom to alert the master of the house that he has come. At this...

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