The Loney - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

Andrew Michael Hurley
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A group called the Pace Eggers -- six local men including Parkinson and Collier -- stood at the door. The narrator mentioned seeing them on prior retreats and being disgusted by their strange fairy-tale costumes and props. Clement was very alarmed when he saw them. Father Bernard admitted to the narrator that Parkinson had mentioned at the pub that he would bring the Pace Eggers to Mooring, but he assumed that he was not serious.

The group performed a play Collier was Brownbags, a beggar who collected money from the other characters. Next followed Saint George with Mary, who was played by the altar boy from the village church service. David and the Turkish Knight, the play’s villain, fought over Mary, and the Turkish Knight was killed. Mary cried over his body, saying that he was her true love. David asked the village...

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