The Whipping Boy - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Sid Fleischman
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Chapter 6 Summary

Hold-Your-Nose Billy and Cutwater take the two boys to their castle, a rickety old hut. Inside, the two men offer the boys bread and herring, and Jemmy is reminded of how this was a treat in his other life. Of course, Prince Brat complains royally and reaches for the food he brought in his basket. The two criminals decide that now is a good time to search through the basket. In it they find meat pies, pheasant, and fruit tarts. The prince even brought a china plate and a silver spoon and knife. Billy continues feeling around in the basket and pulls out the prince's gold crown. Prince Brat calls out to claim it as his and the outlaw remarks that it was his but is no longer, as Hold-Your-Nose Billy places the crown on his own head. Then Billy picks up the...

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