Katherine - Study Guide Part Two/Ten Summary & Analysis

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Katherine leaves for Bolingbroke after weaning baby Tom. Hugh has been better, but is now having impotence problems. Katherine is secretly relieved, and does not pray for his health in that department.

Ellis, Hugh's servant, escorts Katherine on the trip and reminds her to remember her rank. A fellow traveler rides alongside Katherine and tells her that the king's concubine has persuaded the king to take the staple from Lincoln and set it up for themselves. The wool, hide and tin will no longer pass through Lincoln for export, causing financial loss for the area. The man, Robert Sutton, showed too much interest in Katherine for Ellis's liking. Robert's father finally warned him away. The travelers came upon thick yellow fog that carried a strange stench. A bonfire in the road was burning, and they spotted a red cross painted on Bolingbroke's drawbridge...

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