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What is significant about Llewelyn's childhood in England? Why does the author feel the need to include in the early chapters Llewelyn's fight with the de Hodnet boy? How does this fight impact Llewelyn's character and affect his actions later in life? How does this show Llewelyn's deep dislike of England?

Who is Joanna? What is significant about her birth? Why does Joanna's mother lie to her biological father about her existence? Who does this lie hurt more? Why does Joanna's mother die? Is it suicide? Why does the mother's governess insist to the priest that it is not suicide? What impact would a suicide have on the mother in death? Why does the mother's family refuse to take custody of Joanna? How does this affect Joanna as a child? As an adult?

Discuss Prince John. Why does John want to be king? What...

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