The Midwife's Apprentice - Chapter 14, The Manor Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, The Manor Summary

Alyce decides to go to the manor to see about Edward herself. Taking care to take the back roads so she isn't seen, Alyce arrives and begins asking among the residents if they have seen Edward. Alyce grows increasingly alarmed until she is told that the boy has been working in the kitchen.

Relieved, Alyce heads to the kitchen and asks the cook if Edward is there. The cook, a friendly woman, comments on how Edward and Alyce look enough alike to be twins. Alyce assures her they are not even related, but the cook does not believe her. The cook explains that Edward has been helping her in the kitchen since he is too small to work in the fields, and sends Alyce to the hen house where Edward is gathering eggs.

Chapter 14, The Manor Analysis

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