The Book and the Brotherhood - Part 3 (through page 517) Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 (through page 517) Summary

Spring has finally arrived. The Brotherhood believes that Crimond has murdered Jenkin but escaped official responsibility for his death. Gerard visits Rose, and together they discuss all the events of the past months. Duncan and Jean have moved to France. Tamar has converted to Christianity under the guidance of Father McAlister and seems to have recovered from her torment. Both Rose and Gerard continue to mourn Jenkin's death.

Tamar's newfound faith has given her the strength and determination to oppose her mother, Violet Hernshaw. She cleans up their filthy apartment with the help of Gideon and Pat Fairfax. Father McAlister is invited for tea. The four people confront Violet, and Tamar leaves her mother for the security of a new life with Gideon and Pat.

Part 3 (through page 517) Analysis

The Brotherhood is no more. Crimond's masterpiece is finished, and...

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