Week 4 - Pages 92-160 of the Inquisitor's Tale by Adam Gidwitz

Week 4 - Pages 92-160 of the Inquisitor's Tale by Adam Gidwitz
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  • "Jeanne, what is your dog's name?"
  • "Gwenforte, the Holy Greyhound."
  • "The Holy Greyhound? Christians worship dogs?"
  • "I need to see Abbot-Hubert in Saint-Denis."
  • "My friend, Theresa, is in Saint-Denis."
  • "So are we all going to Saint-Denis together?"
  • "I guess so!"
  • After meeting, the three main characters (Jacob, William, and Jeanne) begin to learn much about each other. They all come from different backgrounds: Jacob is a Jewish peasant, William was previously a monk, and Jeanne is a peasant girl with powers to see the future. As they learn more, they argue.
  • All three characters share their differing reasons for wanting to travel to Saint-Denis. For example, Jeanne's old friend Theresa was taken to Saint-Denis to be burned at the stake and Jeanne wishes to save her.
  • This scene stuck out as important to me because it represented the main characters uniting despite their stark differences and set up what much of the book is about: William, Jeanne, and Jacob's journey.
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