So you are willing to let go of all you own for a cure?
Won't help due to the parson's "offer"
Then I won't help you!
Both girls die
"'You may have the yew tree," the parson said. "I will preach sermons in your favor. I will send my parishioners to you for their every ailment. You may have anything you like, if you would only save my daughters" (Ness 107).
The Yew tree comes walking
"The Apothecary was surprised, "You would give up everything you believed in?"... "I'd give up everything." "Then," the Apothecary said, shutting his door on the parson, "there is nothing I can do to help you"' (Ness 107).
Yew tree destroyed the parson's parsonage
"That very night, both of the parson's daughters died" (Ness 107).
The moral or lesson in this story is to always treat others well from the beginning and view the different points of view people have. Always have good relationships with others so they can "always be there to help you". Last minute friendships will not always pay off/work.
"And that very night, I came walking... ("Good!" Conor shouted. "That stupid git deserves all the punishment he gets.") (I thought so, too, said the monster" (Ness 107).
"It was shortly after midnight that I tore the parson's home from its very foundations... "The parson?" Yes, said the monster. I flung his roof into the dell below and knocked down every wall of his house with my fists" (Ness 107 - 108).