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The Mists of Avalon - The King Stag, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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The King Stag, Chapter 13 Summary

Feeling homesick, Gwydion goes to visit his foster-mother, Morgause, in Lothian. He tells her of Morgaine's visit, and how he thinks that Morgaine looks much older than Morgause. He flatters his foster-mother almost relentlessly. Gwydion feels very much attached to Morgause and seeks her out as a confidant. As he guzzles the beer in front of Morgause, he tells Morgause about his apprehensions of unseating Arthur from his throne. Gwydion sees no good way of doing so, when the people love Arthur so much. If Gwydion suceeds Arthur, he will not be loved, rather, he fears he will be seen as a traitor. He does not look forward to taking on this challenge. He tells Morgaine that he would choose a normal life like everyone else.

The King Stag, Chapter 13 Analysis

Gwydion's words and actions speak volumes...

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