He explains that some British artefact may have been hidden here long ago, and confirms that they will have dangerous grown-up rivals in its pursuit.
Symbols--What objects in the story take on symbolic meaning? Withers and his sister, who are agents of the Dark, desperate to stop them at any cost.
What is the effect of the search for the grail on each of the three grail knights? Who functions in this role in each story?
The only exception is if you have not yet obtained a book and were expecting to do so during Thanksgiving vacation. After it was turned down by twenty or more publishers, she sent it to a friend of a friend who was reading manuscripts for Jonathan Cape —and who decided to publish it as Over Sea, Under Stone in The man at the vicarage is not the writer of the guidebook, but he offers to help Jane.
Money may buy the services of some who would help to look for it, but money cannot buy the secrets that this document holds, and precious as it is, it merely points the way to a greater prize and greater secrets.
Mitothin, and The Rider. Unfortunately they lose an important scroll from inside that is the key to deciphering the markings on the outside of the grail.
He asks some probing questions which arouse Jane's suspicions again, and she decides to return home. The manuscript? Merriman is misdirected out of town, but the children anxiously follow their ancient guide "over sea and under stone" without him.