Thibault leaves the castle but has no where to go, because the Baron of Vez had his hut burned down see section and he has no friends.
The whole night through did the sombre glades of the forest resound with hideous cries.
He leaned closer still— it was a red hair.
Alexandre then asks for a story, but Mocquet says there is no time.
But having for so long consorted with wolves, Thibault had acquired some of their characteristics, and, among others, that of being able to see in the dark.
They give him water, which disgusts him, and he calls for wine.
She then forgives him for all this.
Thibault arms himself with a stick he made from a chestnut branch, which he can use adeptly as a quarterstaff.