Here Be Dragons - Book Two, Chapters 12-17 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Chapters 12-17 and Epilogue Summary

The following morning Joanna is taken in shame to one of Llewelyn's seaside castles where she is to be held a prisoner until Llewelyn decides what to do with her. It is Llewelyn's right to have her killed, or he could divorce her and exile her. It is expected that Llewelyn will divorce her and send her back to England. Richard visits Joanna and tells her Will de Braose was hanged. Joanna shows no emotion, causing Richard to wonder aloud why she had an affair with a man she did not love. Joanna tries to explain, but cannot. Joanna wants to explain to everyone, especially Llewelyn, but Llewelyn refuses to take her letters. Months pass and Llewelyn refuses to do anything about Joanna. Llewelyn even takes a lover, but still he cannot stop...

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