Katherine - Part Five/Twenty-Five Summary & Analysis

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Part Five/Twenty-Five Summary

Katherine's unconscious body has been laid in a field near the Savoy's gatehouse. Cob o'Fenton, remembering how Katherine freed him from the stocks and restored his land, momentarily considers saving her, but thinks better of it considering how she might punish him later. The Savoy explodes in fire. Some of the Essex men who were indulging in the castle's wine cellars have become trapped in the fire and exploding gunpowder. Katherine's Swynford coat of arms makes Cob think of home and the years of loyalty his family has given to the Swynfords. In his nostalgia, he tries to waken her before the fire reaches them, but she does not wake up. He rolls her into the brook with her head above water and she becomes conscious. She is confused, but Cob helps her run from the fire, cutting off a length of her...

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