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Part 1 The Conditions of the Jews Grab that shouted Ishmael as he threw his arms into the air to try and catch a spear thrown at the Jews Ishmael caught the spear and then crouched low as he whispered to Kohr Lets take cover Kohr follows Ishmael furtively They treaded through the area where Christians had recently been burning Jews for the so-called conspiracy They entered Ishmaels house a small tapestry-covered stone shack Ishmael lighted the central fire and the pair sat down to discuss recent events Kohr began I dont think it was such a good idea that we spread the idea about poisoning people of other religions Instead of them shunning us like we wanted them to they are coming after us and persecuting us in swarms Ishmael replied It is a shame that events have turned out such as this Betrayal never feels good Kohr looked at Ishmael Whats that supposed to mean Take it as you want to take it Ishmael replied Just then a Jewish woman stumbled into the room looking around warily The woman had black spots on her throat and buboes all over her body Ishmael looked distraught Ishmael angrily stood and tersely addressed the woman Woman what are you doing in my house You are obviously affected with the Black Death and now you bring it in here trying to poison me The woman looked back at Ishmael as children came dancing into the room The children formed a circle around the woman and began dancing They were singing a song that reminded Ishmael of his own wife dying and why he was there Ring around the rosie A pocket full of posies Ashes ashes We all fall down Part 2 The Betrayal Bring out your dead bring out your dead monks wheeling carts of dead bodies through the city were yelling In here Ishmael yelled just loud enough that the monks passing by heard
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