Katherine - Study Guide Part One 1336-1337/Four Summary & Analysis

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Katherine is the subject of ridicule by the ladies of high rank who are watching the jousting tournament, however, the Duchess spots her and invites Katherine to sit with her, which puts the women in their place. As she sits in the duke's loge, she is able to see the king and his court, as well as the jousting.

Roger DeCheyne rides up to Katherine asking for a token from her for luck in the melee. Katherine gives him a flower from the Duchess's bouquet. Although DeCheyne is married, there is nothing improper about this, except that Hugh Swynford is not happy about it. Swynford asks permission to change sides so that he can joust with DeCheyne and the duke agrees, although he reminds him that this is only sport and the real fighting will come at Castile.

The melee involves...

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