The Whipping Boy - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Sid Fleischman
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Chapter 13 Summary

As soon as he hears the prince's betrayal, Jemmy pounces out of the straw and runs outside into the forest. He runs every direction he can to confuse Cutwater. As he steps into a clearing, a bear startles him but it runs away, so Jemmy quickly hides in the hollowed out section of a nearby tree. Cutwater goes into the forest. As Jemmy gets outs of the hiding spot, he sees Prince Brat, who is red from running.

Immediately, Prince Brat calls him an unfaithful servant. Until this point, Jemmy has not been angry, but he gives in now and unleashes his anger at the prince. Jemmy confronts Prince Brat for the betrayal and how it foiled their plan to escape at their pace instead of having to run so hard for it. The prince tells Jemmy that he forgives him for leaving...

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