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message 1: by Kylematsen (last edited Dec 06, 2015 10:32AM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Kylematsen "Like all villagers, we were required to ask the steward's permission to be excused from work if ill, to grind our wheat, or bake it, to buy or sell, to travel from our parish, to marry, even to baptize our children." The tone in this quote is sad. This is because it shows how little power he had how his whole life was controlled by someone else. Can you find a quote with good tone from the book.

Kylematsen In response, A wise man - he was a jester by trade - once told me that living by answers is a form of death. It's only questions that keep you living." This quote is being said from Bear to Crispin, which shows Bear is teaching Crispin how to live life. The tone of the quote is imformative.

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