Enemy of God: A Novel of Arthur - Part 2: The Broken War, pgs. 109-138 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: The Broken War, pgs. 109-138 Summary

When Igraine objects to the story's ending, Derfel continues: under cover of fog, the party walks downhill single file not, as legend holds, disappearing or flying. They hide for five days in an Old People's grave mound, talking about pre-Briton times, waiting for Diwrnach to end his search, and then go home. Igraine asks about Derfel and Ceinwyn loving one another without marrying, feels sorry for Gwenhwyvach, hears Derfel's non-magical explanations of events, and prompts for more about Arthur, warlord and law-giver.

Spring is glorious in Cwm Isaf. Derfel make lovers' rings using stolen bits of the Cauldron. Arthur arrives, apologizes for doubting the Cauldron, and brags about his newborn son, Gwydre. He is less fond of his grown sons, Amhar and Loholt by Ailleann, who fight with Lancelot. In ten days, Derfel...

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