The Golden Fool - Chapter XV, Quarrel; Chapter XVI, Fathers; Chapter XVII, Explosions Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XV, Quarrel; Chapter XVI, Fathers; Chapter XVII, Explosions Summary

In Chapter XV, Quarrel, Tom looks at scrolls. The Queen says to be Witted is no crime. She stops executions of the Witted in Buckkeep Town. She makes the citizens sign a proclamation not to execute just for being Witted. Tom still dreams of Nettle, but he ignores her. Tom is still angry with Golden, but he goes to Golden's chambers. They get in a verbal fight. Tom is prideful and says he is angry because Golden keeps telling Jek and everyone that they are gay lovers. Tom says his reputation is damaged. Golden speaks to Jek in a woman's voice, or Amber's voice. Jek may believe Golden is actually a woman, so she believes their relationship is heterosexual. Golden confesses his love for Tom. Tom says that can never happen...

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