Avalon - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Anya Seton
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Chapter 3 Summary

Rumon is presented to the King after some explanations by Archbishop Dunstan. Merewyn, temporarily forgotten about by all, stands off to a corner fearing that Rumon is ashamed of her and her simple garb. Rumon is well accepted by the King as family, and quickly relates the tale that brings him there, adding his greetings from Queen Edgive of Arles. When he reveals the portion that includes being charged with Merewyn's care the King is most interested, having an avid interest in all tales of battle and adventure. King Edgar also thought fondly of King Arthur, believing they were much alike. Immediately he called Merewyn to him and summoned his Queen, telling Merewyn that she was welcome and would be treated in a manner befitting the last of King Arthur's line. Queen Alfrida appears at King Edgar's side and Rumon is struck by...

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