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Katherine Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Five/Twenty-Six Summary

Anya Seton
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Part Five/Twenty-Six Summary

Katherine's memory is returning s she wakes up in the Pessoner's home. Dame Emma has returned and takes care of Katherine. The streets are quiet, and the peasants have retreated and gone home. Regaining her strength, Katherine is determined to find Blanchette, and Dame Emma will not let her go through London alone as some dangers still being present. Savoy castle has been reduced to rubble. Katherine returns, alone, to the church where she married Hugh Swynford and realizes that Hugh's love for her had bloomed again for Blanchette, but had been cut short. Katherine tries to make a confession to the priest there, who is appalled and denies her absolution, telling her to go to her own priest. Katherine, as expected, has bought into the friar's accusation that she killed Hugh. She goes to Duchess Blanche's grave and apologizes to her spirit...

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