The Perilous Gard - Study Guide Chapter 11 through 13 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Marie Pope
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In chapter eleven, Christopher and Kate are talking about their plans for the property when the conversation turns to a particular piece of land that used only by the villagers. In Kate's opinion, that land could be better utilized but Christopher says that a poor person is much more dependent on the few resources available, which turns the conversation to the rights of privileges of individuals, in this case the people of the village. Suddenly, Christopher stops the conversation, saying he'd heard voices. Kate soon hears it as well and realizes that it's children singing. Kate rushes back toward the room where she sleeps, but young Fairy Folk catch up with her long before she can get inside. She expects to be chastised but the young boy in the lead - a young man she'd see playing for the gatherings - is laughing and tells...

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