The Inquisitor's Tale: Or, The Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Adam Gidwitz
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Summary

In Chapter 13, The Third Part of the Chronicler’s Tale, the children attend a feast in the great hall. The lord says he will see to it they get to Abbot Hubert. The chronicler says he will go with them and assure they get to the pious abbot and are not harmed by Michelangelo di Bologna.

After the dinner, Lord Bertulf takes petitions from the people of the kingdom. A hunchback enters the hall and says that the lord has something that does not belong to him. The lady asks what they have and William and Gwenforte burst out of the disguise demanding that Jacob and Jeanne be released. A fight breaks out and Jeanne yells out to William to stop.

The next day the chronicler goes with the children and the knights as they travel to Saint-Denis. He notices that William looks...

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