What's Bred in the Bone - Part 3 (Pages 212-250) Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 (Pages 212-250) Summary

Francis goes to England to visit his father's relatives who live in Cornwall. He is fascinated by their closeness to the Castle of Tintagel, which is where King Arthur was born. Despite their proximity to the place of legend, Francis discovers that they are not at all enchanted by it. He is ultimately disappointed in his Cornish relatives, whom his father assured him were at least half his roots.

Francis visits London before he returns to Canada, and while there he is invited to lunch by Colonel Copplestone, a friend of his father's. The colonel asks Francis what his interest in the profession is and tells him that they are always on the lookout for promising young men. He then suggests that if Francis is really interested, he needs to start writing regular letters to him. The letters are...

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