Here Lies Arthur - Chapters VII - XIV Summary & Analysis

Philip Reeve
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Chapters VII - XIV Summary

In Chapter VII Myrdden retrieves Gwyna from the waterfall and takes her as a servant. Gwyna looks into a mirror and sees a flat, round face with a stubby nose surrounded by tangled dark brown hair. Myrdden and Cei consult; Cei favors getting rid of Gwyna but Myrdden wants to keep her. As a compromise, Myrdden shears off her hair and dresses her as a boy and changes her name to Gwyn. In Chapter VIII, Gwyna finds the boys' clothing strange and uncomfortable. Gwyna is introduced to Bedwyr, Medrawt's little brother and squire. Bedwyr teaches Gwyna how to care for horses. Gwyna listens to all the men brag about their martial prowess in the late fight against Lord Ban's men. In Chapter IX Gwyna adapts to life as a boy and finds she prefers it to life...

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