The Crystal Cave - Book 4, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 3 Summary

Merlin goes to the nunnery to see his mother. She is sick. He goes by to visit and talk with her and she makes progress. A young nun named Keri catches Merlin's eye. He tries to see her or talk with her.

Keri is pretty and aloof to Merlin. Just when he is leaving, she has a small conversation with him. She asks him to help her with a toothache. Merlin is stunned and says that he cannot do anything about it. He responds to like a man.

Book 4, Chapter 3 Analysis

The plot is calmer as Merlin visits his mother in St. Peter. The setting of the monastery is peaceful. The author's tone portrays the austere coolness of the nunnery. The mood is more somber.

Merlin's character continues to show dynamic roundness of development. He is more grown up and manly...

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