A Feast for Crows - Chapters 39 through 42 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 39 through 42 Summary

In Jaime, Jaime tries to reason with Blackfish, but it is plain from the start that Blackfish will not yield. He greets Jaime as Kingslayer, and insults his honor at every turn. Jaime thinks to himself that if he had his sword on him, he would kill Blackfish for his insults. Blackfish does not trust any of Jaime's oaths or promises, and declares that he and his men would rather die on their feet, sword in hand, than yield to the Kingslayer. After his failed attempt at a bloodless siege, Jaime calls a war council. The various lords argue amongst each other until Jaime dismisses the council. Lord Frey has been keeping the true Lord Tully as a hostage, and threatens daily to hang him. Jaime takes Ser Ilyn to the gallows and cuts the rope from Edmure Tully's neck. He...

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