The Door in the Wall - chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Marguerite De Angeli
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chapter 2 Summary

It is May in London and everything is colorful and blooming in the fields and gardens. Brother Luke is taking care of Robin, including bringing him food, washing him, rubbing his legs, and changing his clothes. Unfortunately, Luke is so busy that he does not have much time to talk with Robin.

Now, whenever the bells ring, Robin associates them with the movement of the monks. Since he is stuck in bed, Robin learns the habits of the monks and the cat. When the monks go down the corridor and sing and chant, Robin sings along with them and learns their music.

Besides the monks, many other people are at St. Mark's, including people seeking entertainment, food, water, and help. The area around the hospice does not have many inns to spend the night in or any other hospital to receive treatment for...

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