The Midwife's Apprentice - Chapter 13, Visitors Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Visitors Summary

Alyce learns more about the way that Jennet runs the inn, working hard and using common sense. Jennet is very pleased to have Alyce working at the inn and helping her in such an undemanding way.

A man arrives at the inn and Alyce realizes that he works at the manor in the village. The girl works up the courage to ask about Edward, but the man has no idea who she is talking about. Alyce worries that perhaps she has even failed in helping the small boy.

A delivery of firewood is brought to the inn and Alyce is thrilled to see Will Russet walking with the wagon. The two greet each other happily and Will shares stories of the people who Alyce misses in the village. Will asks Alyce why she left and she replies that she was too...

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