The Ball and the Cross - Chapter 6: The Other Philosopher Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 opens with MacIan and Turnbull once again literally on the run from the authorities. As they make their way through the English countryside, they feel as though they are putting a distance between themselves and the police, however the sound of horse’s hooves indicates otherwise. To avoid their pursuers, they hide on the side of the path in an embankment. It is then that they spy a seemingly abandoned summer cottage a ways off the trail that would make for a good hiding spot.

The two men make their way over to the cottage, and the police pass by none the wiser. As Maclan and Turnbull sit down to enjoy some refreshments before renewing their duel, they hear the sound of a wooden stick knocking violently on the door. Turnbull answers the door, sword in hand, and is met...

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