The Golden Goblet - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

In chapter three, Ranofer wakes happy, believing that he has a plan that will end his involvement in the theft. Ranofer walks slowly to work, stopping in the street to draw some of the hieroglyphics he remembers learning in his childhood in the dirt of the road. Outside the apprentice's quarters, Ranofer runs into Heqet. Heqet is eating, reminding Ranofer he has little to eat in the past few days. Heqet offers Ranofer a fig and he takes it, despite the pride that makes him want to refuse. At Rekh's shop, Ranofer is embarrassed when Rekh makes a comment about the marks Gebu left on his shoulders during a beating. Later, Ranofer is asked to help Heqet learn how to make charcoal. As they work, Ranofer becomes aware of another apprentice struggling to make a bowl. Ranofer offers the older boy...

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