The gates are closed come back in the morning, and you should be behind doors it is about curfew
I can't believe this is happening
Everybody needs to be off the streets!
I hope they don't see me
In this scene, Crispin has been halted by a man and is now surrounded by another one. The first man was holding a knife and the other man was holding a stick. Crispin takes out Bear's dagger to defend himself, and ends up escaping the grasp of both of the men. After this, Crispin runs away and get away from the men.
After escaping the two men, Crispin comes up with a plan that he was going to get out of the city. He decided to go strait toward the walls around the town and follow it all the way around till the gate. Once Crispin gets there, he couldn't believe his eyes to see that the gates where closed.
He was wandering around and got lost
In this scene Crispin is hiding from the solders on the streets, he is going on all narrow paths to be hidden. Crispin sees that there men with torches that marching along the streets saying to be indoors for curfew. Whenever Crispin hears this, he pushes himself against the building hoping to not be seen. Crispin then hears a voice that says "Crispin, stop!" but Crispin keeps on running.
Crispin, I don't forgive I forget
Bear, do you truly forgive me?
In this scene Crispin is reunited with Bear after Crispin was chased around Great Wexly. Bear then asks Crispin where he had been and if he had already forgotten about him, and Crispin explains himself. Crispin tells Bear about everything that had happened to him like how he got lost and saw John Acyliffe and many other things.
This scene is after Crispin had apologized to Bear and they headed back to Green Man. Here Widow and Bear talk for a little bit about what had happened to Crispin and a few other things. After this Bear and Crispin went up to their room right after Widow mentioned a man named John Ball who was in the kitchen demanding food.
Where did you find him?
After going upstairs, Bear tells Crispin to lay down on the hay and Bear sits on the hay as well. They just sat there in though until Widow came in and told Bear that John Ball was getting anxious, so Bear went with Widow to take care of the problem. Before he left Bear told Crispin to eat the bread and go to sleep, but then Crispin asked if he forgave him. Bear then told Crispin that he does not forgive he forgets, then Bear leaves.