Katherine - Part Four/Twenty Summary & Analysis

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Part Four/Twenty Summary

Katherine learns the next morning that the duke and Percy escaped the mob, and Bishop Courtenay had rebuked the mob, telling them they had gone too far and that he was ashamed of them. The mob disbanded and went home. Pietre has escaped from his imprisonment at Percy's inn. Guy Pessoner agrees to take Katherine back to the Savoy, and she tells him that she will be taking Hawise to her home in Lincolnshire, and that she will not be bound against her will like a serf. The duke's shield at the gatehouse has been turned upside down, the mark of a traitor. She makes plans to take the children and servants to Kettlethorpe, and feels that John will not care, since he is so distant. The contempt she has been shown by the other ladies in court has never bothered her because...

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