Question: English & Literature

What is Henry's response to the soldier who says Henry is responsible for the deaths of the soldiers.

Beata delivers meat to the estate and speaks with Fitch. After Fitch shares a secret dream of his, she scolds him and then reveals that she wants to be able to learn to read. Beata is also Haken and believes that they will never quite get over the crimes of their ancestors, even though they can learn to control themselves.

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Henry disagrees with the soldiers' statement. He compares it to a father who sends his son out on an errand. Henry says that if that son is attacked, there is no reason to blame the father for his son's death and says the same holds true of a king and his soldiers.
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