The Prince and the Pauper - Chapter 33 and Conclusion Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 and Conclusion Summary

Chapter 33, "Edward as King," begins with Miles escaping the riot on London Bridge in which he lost touch with Edward, and tramping for hours in search of the boy. He walks all night and half the day, then sleeps, and when he awakes, he decides to find Sir Humphrey Marlow at the palace, because he needs to borrow money. Late that night, outside the palace, the whipping boy sees Miles and stares at him, thinking he exactly fits the king's description of his friend. Miles feels the boy staring at him and turns to ask if he knows Sir Humphrey Marlow. The boy thinks to himself that Sir Humphrey is his deceased father, but to Miles, he only says that he knows him. The boy says he will bring word back to Miles and asks him to wait on...

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