Nottingham - Part Three: Chapters 24-Interlude Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Four is narrated by William as he waits for Arable in the stable. He reflects on the conversation he had with de Lacy earlier about peace talks. Roger does not think that peace is possible and William has wasted his chance to make the problem go away quietly. Arable finally appears, breaking him out of his flashback, and he hugs her, which makes him feel young and insecure. William tells her that he has arranged for her to be his attendant so they can spend more time together. She accepts once she figures that she will be allowed to have her own free time when she is not tending to other duties. They kiss and William knows he only has a few more weeks with her but for now, time has stopped.

The next morning, William is summoned to Roger...

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