The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog - Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

Adam Gidwitz
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Chapter 9, The Jongleur’s Tale begins with the jongleur setting up to entertain in the market when he sees the three children. Jeanne and Jacob walk through the market while William waits in the woods. Jeanne spots Michelangelo di Bologna, who is called Red, Fat, and Wicked. She grabs Jacob and runs. They see knights on the road so they jump off to the side and land in the river. A knight picks them up and carries them out.

The jongleur interrupts the story to say his story is worth some pie. He then says he followed the children hoping he could find them and get some money from Red, Fat, and Wicked. Jerome is shocked to hear he would betray the children, but he says he has to earn a living any way he can. He says he will continue the story...

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