Katherine - Part Three/Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Part Three/Fifteen Summary

Katherine is giving a sleeping opiate and Ellis has drunk himself into oblivion, while Hugh's body is removed for preparation. The friar decides he should consult with the duke before making any decisions. The duke seems depressed, and orders the council to give the Queen of Castille what she wants. When Nirac comes to the duke with important news, the duke excuses himself, much to the consternation of his men who want to discuss duGuesclin. The duke reminds Thomas Felton that he has authority to administer these matters and leaves.

The duke takes the news of Hugh's death in a state of awe and joy, since he has prayed for it and feels he has been blessed. He gives the friar some gold coins and tells him to go. The duke's mood lifts, and the court becomes merry with hunting, dancing and falconing...

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