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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1: In Domremy, Chapter 3-4 Summary

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Book 1: In Domremy, Chapter 3-4 Summary

During a stormy and cold winter night, the children gather at Joan's house to eat and play games. A stranger comes to the door, a very poor and starving road traveler. Joan offers him her bowl of porridge and Jacques d'Arc, her father, sternly orders her to stop. The adults in the house think the man is a thief of some sort. Joan thinks differently, as does the village mayor. He gives a big speech, after which Jacques agrees Joan can give the stranger the food. The stranger thanks everyone by singing the Song of Roland from the days of Charlemagne. The stranger turns out to be a very good man.

Joan's strong character attracts multiple nicknames from the other children. The ones that stick to her include the Bashful, the Patriot, the Beautiful and the Brave.

A boy...

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