The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog - Chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

Adam Gidwitz
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Chapter 5, The Second Part of the Nun’s Tale picks up with William lying in his bed. When he is sure everyone else is sleeping, he pulls out a belt that has been hidden in his mattress and replaces the leather belt he had been using to keep his underwear up.

The next morning William leaves with a donkey and some books for Abbot Hubert. He sees an old book, but when he reaches for it the abbot stops him.

William travels toward the forest of Malesherbes. Along the way he sees peasants and women and wonders about them.

As he enters the forest, his donkey stops and refuses to move. Fiends come out of the woods and a woman called the Wicked One demands the sacks with the books in them. William tricks her into taking his robes. When he takes off...

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