Entwined - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 5 Summary

At the funeral, Fairweller asks to speak to Azalea. He tells her that their father has to go to war now instead of eating with the girls as the rules apply. Her sisters are hiding in the bushes, so they overhear the conversation. Azalea encourages them to do a mazurka step, which is a dance, and they are not allowed to dance while in mourning. The King catches them and scolds them.

While eating dinner in their rooms as punishment, the sisters tell Azalea that the King doesn't really love them. He had only done the things he did because their mother had wanted him to do them. Now that their mother is gone, they think the King doesn't want them. Azalea goes to fetch the King to prove her sisters wrong, but only finds Mr. Pudding packing the King's belongings for war...

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