Undermajordomo Minor - Chapters 4 & 5: The Castle Von Aux & Enter Adolphus Summary & Analysis

Patrick deWitt
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“The Castle Von Aux” begins with Lucy waking up for his first full day at the castle. He finds Agnes, the cook, standing at the foot of his bed. She scolds him for not locking his door like Mr. Olderglough told him to, and when he asks why he has to lock his door, she says, “It’s not for nothing, and that’s all you need to know” (86).

Lucy goes down to the servants’ dining quarters and finds Mr. Olderglough. He tells him that he has adopted a dog. Mr. Olderglough admits that he keeps a bird, Peter, in his room in the hopes that its chirping might brighten his room, but the bird has been mute for years.

Mr. Olderglough tells Lucy that it is time to take the Baron’s letter to the train and...

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