The Door in the Wall - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Marguerite De Angeli
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Chapter 9 Summary

Inside the walls of the keep, everyone wonders how many Welsh are outside. Robin is working on his harp to keep his mind and hands occupied, but he is worried when he learns the food and water supply is running low. Robin, Denis, and Adam decide to keep the problem a secret but all the men are needed, so Adam does not know who can be spared to go to Hugh for help. Robin volunteers to go to John's mother's house and ask John to go to Hugh for help.

Dressed in rags, Luke and Robin pray before Robin leaves the castle. When he gets to the ravine, he carefully makes his way down the cliff, worried that the Welsh might hear him. At the bottom, Robin swims in the cold river and exits to walk in the field. A Welshman hears him...

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