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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