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Godric Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 80 - 99 Summary

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Pages 80 - 99 Summary

"How Godric served a noble lord"

Soon after Godric begins working for Falkes, he realizes that he is betraying God by so doing. One of his duties as steward is to punish Falkes' peasants. In some cases, this even amounted to executing men for crimes as trivial as stealing eggs. The one bright spot of his time there was that he was a kind of comfort for Falkes' troubled wife, Hedwic. Falkes took Hedwic as his wife when she was still very young and she was disgusted by him. He treated her horribly and she went through life miserably. It only made matters worse when she discovered the depth of corruption that went on. The Baron was an avid hunter but the deer meat he earned fetched such a high price that they sold it instead of eating. In its place, hunters stole sheep from...

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Godric from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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