Here Be Dragons - Book One, Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapters 16-20 Summary

Llewelyn takes Joanna to Aber where she is given her own bedchamber. Joanna had hoped to befriend Llewelyn's children, the four he had with Tangswytl and the twins with his mistress Cristin, but Gruffydd is openly hostile and the other children follow his lead. Not only this, but only a few people in Llewelyn's court speak French and Joanna does not speak Welsh. Everything is foreign to Joanna, but she is slowly learning the power of being a Princess. Joanna slowly becomes comfortable issuing orders and taking command of the household after years of being an outsider. Llewelyn continues to be kind, taking a whole day away from his duties to show Joanna his country. Joanna is falling in love with her husband and this emotion causes her a great deal of frustration and humiliation when reminded...

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