A Feast for Crows - Chapters 25 through28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25 through28 Summary

In Cersei, in King's Landing, Cersei discovers that her young son's new wife will be difficult to control. The new queen is filling Tommen's head with visions of jousting and valor, but Cersei will have none of it. The new queen's brother has been training Tommen, but Cersei does not allow this to continue. She doesn't want Tommen forming a bond to the Tyrells, so she is sending for a Dornishman to be the new master at arms. The new queen has also told Tommen that everyone must obey the king, and so he has marched into his mother's bath chambers and demanded that his horse be ready for him in the morning, he be given a kitten, and the eating of beets be outlawed. Cersei reminds Tommen that while he is king, she rules until he comes of age.

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