The City of Gold and Lead - Chapter 3, A Raft on the River Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, A Raft on the River Summary

Will and Beanpole begin walking downriver because they do not want to be in the village when the people discover Will is gone. As they walk, Beanpole tells Will how Ulf returned to the barge a little after dark and was furious to learn Will had gone into town. Ulf refused to search for Will and would not allow anyone else to do it, either. In fact, Ulf said he would be leaving at dawn whether Will was back or not. Beanpole snuck off the barge to help Will. Ulf must have awoke and found Beanpole gone, deciding it best to leave before any trouble could find them. Will and Beanpole walk most of the day, scavenging food where they can. Beanpole has the idea to pretend to be a vagrant and beg...

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