The Prince and the Pauper - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-15 Summary

Chapter 13, "The Disappearance of the Prince," begins with Edward commanding Miles to sleep across the door before the little king falls asleep in the only bed. Miles, who has grown very fond of the boy, complies. Miles gets up early, measures Edward quietly, and then slips outside to buy a used suit of clothes for him. When he returns, the boy is gone. A servant enters with breakfast, and the distraught Miles learns from him that a youth had come for the boy, telling him that he had to meet Miles. The servant saw the two heading for the village of Southwark, followed by a ruffian-looking man. Miles sets out after them. Chapter 14 has the French title, "Le Roi Est Mort—Vive Le Roi," which means, "The King is Dead—Long Live the King." It begins with Tom Canty...

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