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Here Be Dragons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book One, Chapters 27-31 Summary

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Book One, Chapters 27-31 Summary

In the past year, Llewelyn has been fighting English led armies throughout Powys, causing him to lose much of the land he gained during Gwenwynwyn's imprisonment. The following spring, Llewelyn learns that John is gathering a large army with the intention of invading Wales. Llewelyn is not concerned, however, because he knows the terrain of Wales and the migratory nature of its people will cause John's army to starve to death before they can win many battles. Llewelyn is correct about this. However, John rebuilds his army and outfits it in such a way that it can survive months in Wales. After a long series of battles, Llewelyn finds himself backed into a corner and faced with the choice between surrendering or hiding in the hills. Joanna offers to visit her father and work out the surrender on Llewelyn's behalf. Llewelyn...

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