The White Mountains - Chapter 6 The Castle of the Red Tower Summary & Analysis

John Christopher and Samuel Youd
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Chapter 6 The Castle of the Red Tower Summary

Will regains consciousness in a lavish bed in a beautifully appointed room. Will is in the presence of a woman who is speaking to him in English. Will recalls that Beanpole had developed a plan in case they were compromised. Will and Henry would pretend to be deaf and mute and Beanpole would explain they were his cousins. In this way, Beanpole reasoned their inability to speak or understand French would not arouse suspicions. Will, still somewhat confused, is determined not to speak. However, the woman informs him that in his delirium he has told her many things in English. The woman knows his name and knows he has run away from England. The woman also knows of Beanpole's plan. Seeing there is no use in continuing to pretend, Will confesses...

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