Honor's Splendour Setting & Symbolism

Julie Garwood
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Silenus

Silenus is the stallion Duncan rides when he captures Madelyne. When Duncan orders Madelyne to mount, she doesn't want to confess that she doesn't know how to ride. Instead, she talks to the horse at first, explaining that she's terribly afraid. The horse allows her to mount - even though she climbs up from the wrong side. She later takes him sugar cubes and calls him her "lamb," prompting Duncan to say that she'd ruined the stallion and to give the horse to Madelyne as a gift.

The Priests' Quarters, Louddon's Castle

The priest's quarters is a small, windowless room that was part of Louddon's castle. In this room, Madelyne warmed Duncan's feet by putting them against her bare belly - a kindness that earned her the love of the soldier.

Wexton Fortress

Wexton is the name of Duncan's castle where he and Madelyne live with Duncan's...

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