Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Study Guide Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Joan's troops rest for a few hours at Gien and then make their way to Fierbois, a small village. There she dictates a letter to Louis and sends it out to Charles VII, who is about eighteen miles away.

Noel eggs on the Paladin, who begins taking credit for the success of the mission so far. Others tell of a different Paladin who climbs trees to avoid battle. The Paladin counters that his most heroic deeds went unseen, other than the dead enemies he left behind.

On the way to Chinon, the enemy attacks but cannot form before Joan's troops charge down and go straight through them. Everyone has become veterans along the long march. Louis believes a treacherous minister of Charles VII's, Georges de la Tremouille, arranged the attack.

Joan has few friends in the court...

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