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The Perilous Gard - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Marie Pope
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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

In chapter seven, Kate returns to the castle and finds that Old Dorothy is angry because she's muddy from her adventure at the river. Kate tries to explain that she'd helped rescue a little boy, but Old Dorothy continues to fuss, saying that it wouldn't matter if all the children from the village were drowned and that Kate has made more work for the servants. It takes a lot of food to feed the entire cast of servants and the cooks are required to offer everything to Kate before handing it off to the servants. This protocol is followed, even though Kate is the only one in the house other than the servants. It takes a long time for her to get through all the dishes being offered that night. When she finally finishes the meal, she sets out to find pen and paper. That's...

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