The Ball and the Cross - Chapter 14: A Museum of Souls Summary & Analysis

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Soon after, another man comes along who claims to be King Edward VII. The man claiming to be God confronts this man, asking him if he will help MacIan and Turnbull solve their dispute. They resolve once more to duel, however before they are able to start their duel, each man takes turns interrogating God and Edward VII, delaying the fight.

A third figure appears, who identifies himself as Dr. Quayle. It becomes very apparent that these other two men are not at all who they claim to be, and that MacIan and Turnbull have wandered into an insane asylum. The two men arrange a meeting with the doctor to apologize for intruding on the hospital grounds and asks if he will allow them to leave. The doctor, however, refuses to let them out, and presents two documents, each with...

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