Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Study Guide Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 10-13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 10-13 Summary

Joan quickly dictates a letter to Louis intended for the English commander at Orleans, and in it she demands he take his forces and depart peacefully. She then begins assembling her army from veterans and volunteers. Her voices tell of an old sword to be found in Fierbois behind the altar of St. Catherine, and she sends de Metz to fetch it. The priest find it buried behind the altar, polishes it and sends it to her. Rumor has it that it once belonged to Charlemagne. Joan makes all her friends from Domremy official members of her personal staff and guard, with the Paladin her standard-bearer. Within a few days the uniforms and armor are made, and Joan with her official household and men-at-arms begins her first war march to Blois and La Hire's forces...

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