Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Study Guide Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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At last on the fifth of January, Joan decides to revisit the governor of Vaucouleurs with Louis and her uncle Lexart. She questions Lexart about two cavaliers she saw on the first occasion, the Sieur Jean de Novelonpont de Metz and the Sieur Bertrand de Poulengy, two men she wants to accompany her on her quest to save France. Joan then departs Dromremy with the knowledge that she will never see the village, her family and many of her friends again.

Laxart takes Joan to Vaucouleurs where she lodges with a wheelwright's wife. The poor townspeople come by to meet this child of God, but the well-to-do stay away and scoff. Somebody recalls an eight-hundred-year-old prophecy of Merlin's that states France is supposed to be lost by a woman and then regained by a woman...

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