The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Outlaw of Torn by Edgar Rice Burroughs:|
it was the girl who had come into his life that caused
him for the first time to feel shame for his past deeds.
He did not know the meaning of love, and so he could
not know that he loved Bertrade de Montfort.
And another thought which now filled his mind was
the fact of his strange likeness to the Crown Prince of
England. This, together with the words of Father
Claude, puzzled him sorely. What might it mean? Was
it a heinous offence to own an accidental likeness to
a king's son?
But now that he felt he had solved the reason that
The Outlaw of Torn