The Trumpeter of Krakow - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 - 14 Summary

Chapter 13: A few weeks later, Kreutz tells Tring he no longer wishes to continue their experiments. He claims he is mentally exhausted from being in a trance state so frequently. Tring insists he is careful not to put Kreutz into consecutive trances without giving him a chance to recover in between. However, Kreutz admits he is often in a trance, when Tring is not around. Tring demands to know who else has been putting Kreutz into trances. Tring is furious to think that Kreutz has shared their secret with someone else because such magical dealings are viewed with suspicion by the law and may be punishable by death. Kreutz assures him he has shared their secret with no one.

Kreutz sets up a tripod in the middle of the room and places the Great Tarnov Crystal upon it. Tring is stunned...

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