The Trumpeter of Krakow - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Eric P. Kelly
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Chapters 4 - 6 Summary

Chapter 4: The scholar-priest, Jan Kanty, has gone down in history as a man of great knowledge, compassion, and innovation. Educated at the University of Krakow, Jan Kanty has continued to study on his own and constantly seeks to challenge old ways of thinking with new ideas. Unlike many other scholars and priests, Kanty does not cloister himself away from the world. He is as comfortable conversing with peasants as he is with nobles, and his practical wisdom and advice is sought by men and women of all socio-economic classes.

Upon breaking up the unruly mob, Kanty turns his attention to the Charnetski family. Pan Andrew explains that the strange man, who accused him of sorcery, has followed him all the way from the Ukraine. Pan Andrew tells Kanty that he is in some trouble despite having done no wrong and only...

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