The Prince and the Pauper - Chapters 25-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-27 Summary

In Chapter 25, "Hendon Hall," Miles and Edward make a three-day journey by mule and donkey to Hendon Hall, where the family of Miles lives in a house with 70 rooms and 27 servants. When they reach the estate, Miles sees his younger brother, Hugh, who looks momentarily surprised, but then draws back, and says he does not recognize Miles. He says he received a letter that his brother Miles died in battle. When Miles asks to see his father and his older brother, Arthur, he is told by Hugh that both are dead. Miles asks to see his cousin Edith, and Hugh agrees. Miles also asks to see the servants, but is told that only five remain, all of whom, Miles knows, are villains. None of the 22 good servants remain. When the beautiful Edith enters the room, she looks unspeakably sad. She claims...

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