The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Three: Chapter 13, Umbilicus Mundi Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapter 13, Umbilicus Mundi Summary

Mary had not realized how much she wanted to be in Palestine until she actually thought about going. It is the land of her heritage, and her childhood is filled with stories from the area. Now, needing comfort, she finds it by going to a place that feels like home to her. They are deposited on land quietly at night and in disguise again. Two Arab men meet them, acting as their guides and sent by Mycroft whose name opens many doors to them. Disguised as father and son, Mary and Sherlock roam the area, finding strength and rejuvenation with Mary's only regret being the lack of bathing available to her. They spend time in Jerusalem, and even Holmes is moved to thank her for choosing this destination which has renewed him in spirit. Before...

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