Beauty's Punishment - Study Guide Parts 9-10 Summary & Analysis

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Tristan remembers the auction and how foolish he was to have been brought there. Beauty's face and words are in Tristan's mind, and he wonders if obeying the new master would be foolish or wise. Nicolas, The Queen's Chronicler, paraded Tristan through the town square making sure that the slave's posture was so that all of his attributes would be noticed by the villagers.

The town was quiet as Tristan walked through it and for that, the prince slave was thankful. A belt was used to strike Tristan's buttocks and to make sure he walked with his head back and knees high. In the middle of the street Nicolas made Tristan halt and asked if the slave had ever been taught to march. Nicolas promised that Tristan would learn the skill. Then Nicolas forced Tristan to his knees where the prince slave was required to...

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