Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 6-7 Summary

Over the next few weeks, more priests examine Joan until finally Charles VII agrees to see her in his court. Queen Yolande sees to it that Joan dresses to make a good impression. The Count of Vendome and his entourage, two of Joan's knights and Louis accompany Joan to the court of Charles VII.

Joan's procession enters the court of Charles VII and stands before the throne. The man on the throne is an imposter, and Joan detects this right away. She looks around, and upon seeing the real Dauphin, she addresses him and tells him she is to break the siege of Orleans, crown him in Rheims and thereby deliver France from the English. Charles VII and Joan talk privately, during which he asks for a sign. Joan tells him of his secret prayer...

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