Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Study Guide Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Joan's small group of soldiers numbers twenty-five, some with horse experience and others with none. Those with none complain about their developing sores and aches, and most need help from the veterans just to stay on their horses. While in enemy territory, everyone must keep quiet no matter what their sufferings. At dawn everyone congregates deep within the forest and try to sleep.

Upon awaking toward noon, Louis wonders why one of Joan's prophesies was not fulfilled. Noel and the Paladin were supposed to be with the group, but Louis has not seen them. A little later he comes upon the Paladin leaning against a tree. They walk together through camp as the Paladin limps noticeably. He claims to have joined voluntarily, but Louis knows the governor forced a number of men into the group...

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