The Golden Ass - Chapter 10: Defeat of the Bandits and Chapter 11: At the Stud Farm Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10: Defeat of the Bandits and Chapter 11: At the Stud Farm Summary

Chapter 10: The bandits have become quite unhappy with Lucius, complaining about his unwillingness to carry large loads and the bad luck that he has seemed to usher in. Therefore, they decide to kill him, but cannot agree upon which brutal means to use. Lucius decides, then, to take his chances and attempt to escape. He breaks the harness that holds him down and kicks the old lady who tries to stop him. Charite, the hostage, sensing an opportunity for her own escape, mounts him and rides away. She promises him great rewards for his help and likens him to other mythical beasts who have performed heroic deeds. She even speculates aloud whether he is a transformed man or god. Their escape is short-lived...

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