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The next day, The Boss and Sandy leave the pigs in the castle — whose it is they never discover —  and they set out again. Shortly thereafter, they meet a band of pilgrims who are headed toward the  Valley of Holiness — a place where the holiness of the monks and the prayers of a holy abbot once  brought forth a stream of water in a desert. Some time later, the monks persuaded the abbot to build  a bath, and they bathed in it; this caused the well to dry up. Once the bath was destroyed, however,  the stream sprang forth again. In the afternoon, The Boss and Sandy overtake another, less cheerful group, a procession of slaves  being herded by a slavemaster who goads them along with his whip. The Boss would like to free  them all immediately, but he feels that he cannot change things too quickly. The following morning, they meet another of the salesmen-knights, who tells them that business has 
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.

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