Here Lies Arthur - Chapters XLV - LI Summary & Analysis

Philip Reeve
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Chapters XLV - LI Summary

Gwyna returns to Myrdden's home as a girl, and finds that he has suffered a stroke and is only hours away from death. When Myrdden discovered Gwyna had gone after Cei's band he assumed she, too, would be killed and collapsed. He has lingered on for days hoping for her return. He confesses his hand in various plots but again claims they were all for the good of Britain. In Chapter XLVI Myrdden recalls how the Saxons had slaughtered his family and burned his village when he was just a boy. He was taken as a slave and lived several years among the Saxons, learning to hate them utterly. When he was old enough he ran away and thereafter spent his life trying to eradicate the Saxons. He again affirms his belief that Arthur had been the...

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