The Book and the Brotherhood - Part 3 (through page 568) Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 (through page 568) Summary

Duncan and Jean are living in the south of France. Each is preoccupied with the events that have caused both such pain and turmoil. Yet, both husband and wife feel a secret security that the entire story will never be made known to the other. While they frequently speak about Crimond, one carries a truth that is never revealed. Duncan feels no remorse for Jenkin's death, and Jean remains unaware of his role in the accident.

Rose and Lily are together at Boyars. They discuss Tamar's conversion to Christianity, Jeans' strange car accident and Gulliver's possible whereabouts. Lily confides in Rose that she believes in the magical ability of snails to send messages between people. She says that her grandmother possessed the power of a witch over these creatures.

Tamar has had a change of heart in regard to...

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