Describe Giles Corey's last acts. pages 121-145

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Giles Corey knows he is innocent of the charges brought against him, and refuses to confess, even though he knows that doing so may spare his life. He dies while undergoing an unusual form of torture, deigned to get him to profess guilt: a heavy wooden door is laid...

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