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Ivanhoe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section IX, Chapters 27 through 28 Summary

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Section IX, Chapters 27 through 28 Summary

Urfried leads the disguised Cedric into her apartment where she tells him her history. Cedric is shocked when he learns that her father was Torquil Wolfganger, a close friend of his father's. Urfried continues her story even after realizing that she is talking to Cedric and reveals that her real name is Ulrica. When her father's murderer forced her to become his lover, she did everything within her power to discompose the man's family, creating a hatred between the man, the elder Front-de-Boeuf, and his son, even causing his son to murder his father. Although Cedric is disgusted that Ulrica did not commit suicide to escape her shame, she dissents that at least she is able to pursue revenge with her life intact. Before leaving Cedric, Ulrica tells him that the invaders should attack when they see a red flag waving...

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Ivanhoe from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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