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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1: In Domremy, Chapter 6 Summary

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Book 1: In Domremy, Chapter 6 Summary

Louis detects that Joan carries a deep and serious secret. He begins a conversation with her about the desperate situation France is in and how this has been going on for a very long time. Louis thinks that now the situation is hopeless. Joan asks simply why he thinks this way.

In fine detail, Louis explains his position. Joan tells him the situation is not hopeless and that she expects France to win its freedom back. Louis draws a map of France in the sand and makes his case again. Joan agrees with the facts laid out but disagrees that the situation is hopeless. She fully believes France will be free before two years. Skeptically, Louis asks who will make this happen, and Joan answers that God will.

Louis watches Joan carefully for the next few days for any signs of...

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