The Door in the Wall - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Marguerite De Angeli
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Chapter 6 Summary

The rain is still falling the next day when Robin wakes. John and Luke are preparing breakfast and then plan to continue on their journey. John has spoken to a nearby shepherd who tells them they took the wrong path and the inn is on the other road. The shepherd gives them new directions that allow them to get back on the correct track. Along the way, John sings joyous songs with his harp that makes the journey a pleasure. When they reach a stream, Luke tells Robin to jump in.

They stop for lunch and the host asks them for news of the wars. Robin says that he heard the wars will be over by Christmas and the host is hopeful. After the quick lunch break, they get back on the road, traveling until nightfall. The group finds an inn with rough...

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