The Door in the Wall - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Marguerite De Angeli
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Chapter 4 Summary

It is summer in London and the monastery is getting back to normal. The plague is gone and much of the population of the city, including some of the monks, leaves the city. Robin finally finishes the cross and Luke asks him to make a doll for a poor child that lives nearby.

He is learning to read and write now, not just whittle; however, his whittling is more exciting. One of the other monks, Hubert, is also teaching Robin a little about the stars and history. Robin is growing stronger in mind and body and Luke proposes a field trip to go fishing.

Luke and Robin fish for a few hours until a group of children, including Geoffrey, run towards the water. Geoffrey greets Robin and then jumps into the water. Robin watches the boys and Luke carries Robin into water so...

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