Green Darkness - Part Two: Chapter 4, (pg 107 -138) Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Chapter 4, (pg 107 -138) Summary

It is July 25, 1552. Celia is attending the procession of the King into Great Buck Hall at Cowdray Castle. Cowdray is now the home of Sir Anthony Browne. It used to belong to Ursula Southwell's family (the de Bohuns), but after they lost their fortune, the Brownes bought the Castle. Lady Ursula is permitted to stay in the castle out of the good will of Sir Anthony. He also enjoys having someone from a line, though no longer prosperous, which was once well known and aristocratic.

Celia de Bohun watches the happenings of the procession from the back of the crowd. She is simply happy to be present. Thanks to her aunt she has a refurbished gown and brooch. Although she cannot see herself in a mirror, Celia knows that her new gown becomes her.

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