Avalon - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Anya Seton
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Chapter 11 Summary

After Rumon has been gone a fortnight, Ketil and his group arrived at Thingvellir. Here, on the eastern plain of Reykjavik, is where the Althing is held each year. Merewyn is glad for the distraction. She can't understand why she is filled with such anguish since Rumon and Jorund left. While there, Merewyn had spoken very little, and had been overly affectionate with Sigurd, much to his amusement, but the fact that Sigurd has never been baptized bothers her. She hears about an Irish missionary priest in Reykjavik, and wants to go there on the way to the Althing, but Sigurd, who is patient at first, finally gets angry with Merewyn. He tells her that he stopped a-viking for her, but that even he has limits. He believes in the Gods of his fathers, and has no interest in a god who would...

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