Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Aegidius VIII

Capitulum Undecimum
Capitulum Duodecimum

These two are slightly more gruesome, and are the start of a slightly dark shift in the story, although I don't think it's a hugely surprising one. Both of these chapters are very important, and I don't really like them at this point; they would need some pretty significant reworking. But the story continues; there will be one chapter with interaction between Giles and the narrator, but, that aside, from here until the end Giles is in motion and rather than standing still.

If nothing else, this is good exercise for remembering Latin ordinal numbers.

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