The Door in the Wall - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Marguerite De Angeli
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Chapter 5 Summary

Robin is turning the pages for the choir in late September when a message comes for him. John-go-in-the-Wynd has returned with a message from his father and tells Robin that his father is alive and fighting well.

The letter from Robin's father is good news. His father is glad that he is alive and did not have the plague. He also tells Robin that he wants him to journey to Sir Peter's home as originally intended. John-go-in-the-Wynd and Brother Luke will escort Robin to Sir Peter's home to ensure his safety.

The monks begin to prepare for Robin leaving by making a special saddle, cooking food, fixing his clothes, and planning the route for the trip. Robin is sad to leave his friends and the monks, but, like most boys, finds it exciting to travel to a different place and meet new people...

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