Ivanhoe - Study Guide Section X, Chapters 29 through 31 Summary & Analysis

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Rebecca realizes that she is becoming very attached to Ivanhoe as she nurses him. Ivanhoe is too weak to watch the battle at the window, but Rebecca recounts the action for him. The Black Knight leads the intruders toward Torquilstone. A bugle signals the attack, followed by the Normans sounding their trumpets. Both sides shoot arrows at one another before engaging in combat. Front-de-Boeuf's men drag their master back inside the castle after the Black Knight defeats him. The invaders gain control of one of the outer buildings of the castle. When Ivanhoe expresses his desire to participate in the battle, Rebecca debates the value of chivalry with the honorable knight; she sees no value in it. After Ivanhoe falls to sleep, Rebecca realizes her insensibility in worrying more for the strange knight than her own father, Isaac.

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