Katherine - Part Four/Nineteen Summary & Analysis

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Part Four/Nineteen Summary

Katherine receives a formal letter from John with a New Years gift, directing her to bring his daughter Philippa to Savoy to discuss marriage negotiations. Katherine feels he does not love her any longer and considers not going, but realizes she has no choice.

The King's squire, Robin, has come to escort them to London. On the trip, Robin discusses the duke and his recent activities. He explains that the wealthy Bishops are still a challenge to the duke, and that he agrees with John Wyclif and the duke, that the poor, humble preachers are the honest ones. Robin tells them that the Bishops, particularly Courtenay, have dared to defy the duke and have called John Wyclif to trial.

John has become, perhaps, mentally ill with this obsession about his heritage. He is have night terrors, fearing witchcraft and is focused on taking...

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