Here Be Dragons - Book Two, Chapters 6-11 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapters 6-11 Summary

Despite attempts at peace, Wales and England find themselves at war again. This war brings Llewelyn up against members of the de Braose family. Once again Llewelyn finds himself on the losing side and decides to make peace with Henry, another act that causes Gruffydd a great deal of disappointment and further convincing Llewelyn that he has made the right choice naming Davydd his heir. Three years later, Joanna is visiting Henry when he surprises her with a letter from the Pope, declaring her birth legitimate in all aspects except to make claim against her father's title. The day is only marred by Elen's clear displeasure in her marriage. Two years later, one of Llewelyn's closest friends dies, bringing home his own growing age. Therefore, when Gruffydd brings his father a wild horse and dares him to...

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