Entwined - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Heather Dixon
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Chapter 12 Summary

That night, the girls go down into the silver forest pavilion in their boots. They dance until their feet are sore, chafed, and irritated. The next night none of the girls feel like dancing but they do it anyway. Azalea ends up twisting her ankle. The following day, the girls are with the tutor when the King brings in a stack of invitations for Azalea.

Chapter 12 Analysis

When Azalea mentions never being able to repay the Keeper for allowing them to dance there, the Keeper says he's sure he can think of something. This implies that the girls will pay for the ability to dance. It is ironic that Azalea receives a stack of invitations to attend balls when she isn't permitted to dance while in mourning. The King finds out the girls have been dancing again because of the blisters and chafing...

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