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The Tale of Despereaux: Being the Story of a Mouse, a Princess, Some... - Book the Fourth: Chapters 34-43 Summary & Analysis

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Book the Fourth: Chapters 34-43 Summary

Chapter 34. Unbeknown to Mig, Gregory placed Despereaux on his dinner tray and she carried him into the kitchen. Despereaux overhears Mig's conversation with Roscuro. Then, in the kitchen, Mig begins to clear the tray and Despereaux falls into a cup of cooking oil. The cook orders Mig to kill Despereaux, but all she is able to do is cut off his tail. Despereaux escapes into the pantry and hides in a bag of flour.

Chapter 35. Despereaux has a dream of a knight in shining armor, but when the knight removes his helmet, there is nothing inside.

Chapter 36. Roscuro chews through Gregory's rope so he will become lost in the dungeon. Later that night, Roscuro accompanies Mig as she walks to the princess's room, reviewing their plan. Mig believes the plan is to take the princess to the dungeon long...

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