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Another event that made Crispin change was when he entered Great Wexly, a city-state ruled by lord Furnival. Here Crispin learns his true destiny of becoming the lord after Widow Daventry, an innkeeper reads what is on his cross of lead. It reads Crispin - Son of Lord Furnival. This makes Crispin feel more important and more confident because he is the Lord's son.
Crispin - The Cross of Lead
The final event that changes Crispin is when John Aycliffe, a steward for Lord Furnival dies to Bear by throwing him on a pile of the soldier's weapons causing him to die. This event makes Crispin not a wolf's head and a free boy changing his life completely. John tried to kill Crispin so he could rise to power because he was in an affair with Lady Furnival. He used his royal power to make Crispin a wolf's head so he could die.
Crispin was a young peasant from Stromford Village, who was illiterate and knew nothing about the world beyond his manor. He didn't even know his name and was called Asta's son, Asta being his mother who had just died. Not only that, Crispin must go into hiding because he was declared a wolf's head because he was falsely accused of stealing from the manor house.
On Crispin's travels to gain his freedom, he meets up with a big, red headed man named Bear who makes Crispin his servant. Throught the story Bear helps Crispin learn about how life is outside Stromford making him more happy and smarter with the world around him.
Overall, Crispin's events and experiences made Crispin a more happy, confident, smarter, and free person.
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