Here Be Dragons - Book One, Chapters 12-15 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapters 12-15 Summary

Joanna learns from Isabelle how Eleanor of Aquitaine was once married to the French King, Louis, but that she convinced him to divorce her after she met King Henry of England. Eleanor then married Henry and gave him eight children. When Henry took a mistress and flaunted her in his court, Eleanor returned to her own lands and rebelled against Henry. Unable to control her, Henry had Eleanor imprisoned where she would remain until she was freed by Richard after Henry's death. Shortly afterward, Joanna goes to stay with Eleanor at Fontevrault Abbey where she gets to know her grandmother, as well as more about her Uncle Richard of whom her father rarely likes to talk. Joanna also learns the story of Ingeborg, the wife of King Philip who has also been imprisoned for a long time...

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