Here Lies Arthur - Chapters XXIII - XXXV Summary & Analysis

Philip Reeve
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Chapters XXIII - XXXV Summary

Arthur marries Gwenhwyfar, and afterward Myrdden takes Gwyna on a month's-long journey through Britain. They first meet Maelwas and discuss politics—Myrdden's offer is rebuked and he is angered. As the meeting ends, Maelwas asks why Gwyna is dressed as a boy. Later, Myrdden asserts that Gwyna must now revert to her normal gender of female—she can no longer pass as a boy because of her maturation. Gwyna is flummoxed and does not want to be a girl again. In Chapter XXIV Myrdden travels to the old fortress of Ban and Gwynna hardly recognizes the place. She is received as a girl and spends the summer there; she gets her period. As fall comes on Myrdden and Gwyna, they return to Aquae Sulis. There, the walls have been repaired and a great round feast...

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