Entwined - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 10 Summary

The war ends in triumph for the King and his regiment. In celebration, Mrs. Graybe makes cinnamon toast for the girls to eat, which is a meal they only eat on special occasions. The girls find out that Fairweller is injured in the war. Lord Teddy, who is the man that the gossip columnist says will be Azalea's future husband, comes to the place. The girls catch him taking the portrait of their mother from the portrait gallery. The princesses promise over their mother's handkerchief not to tell the King of their dancing.

Chapter 10 Analysis

The King surviving the war indicates that a new life will start for him and the girls from this point on. Lord Teddy taking their mother's portrait foreshadows that Lord Teddy will have a professional portrait painted of their mother because they didn't have the money to have...

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