Green Darkness - Part Two: Chapter 7, (pg 204-233) Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: Chapter 7, (pg 204-233) Summary

Sir Anthony is very kind to Ursula and offers to let her take Wat and his son, Simkin, as escorts. Wat has lived near Cowdray his entire life. He is also the Keeper of the Horses for the Cowdray. When the old Sir Anthony was alive, Wat used to accompany him on military and diplomatic missions. The present Sir Anthony does not parttake in any of these endeavors, so Wat is forced to stay at Cowdray. He is therefore thrilled when Sir Anthony tells him to escort Ursula and Celia to the north.

Lady Ursula observes that Celia is subdued and sullen. Ursula tries to engage Celia in conversation, but Celia refuses to say anything. Previously, she had been plotting her escape from both Lady Ursula and the trip to the Dacres. Two days before...

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