Here Be Dragons - Book One, Chapters 21-26 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Chapters 21-26 Summary

Less than a year later, Joanna and Llewelyn welcome a daughter, Elen, while Isabelle and John welcome a son, Henry. Gruffydd is pleased that Joanna had a daughter because a son could have meant trouble. Not only is Gruffydd afraid he might lose his father's affection upon the birth of a son in wedlock, but he is also concerned that Llewelyn might be convinced by his Norman wife to follow the laws of inheritance set by the church in which the first born son born in wedlock inherits all, rather than the Welsh law that allows all sons to inherit equally without concern to the circumstances of their birth. Unaware of Gruffydd's concerns, Joanna is focused not only on her new baby and loving husband, but the rumors circulating about her father. Joanna has learned that John...

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