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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 14-17 Summary

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Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 14-17 Summary

While waiting for her army to attain the correct side of the river, Joan asks about a letter she dictated to Louis earlier and sent by messenger to the English. In the letter she demanded the English leave French soil or she would make them do so. The messenger has not been heard from since, so she sends another message to the English. They reject her offer and promise to capture and burn her. Joan then sends Dunois to Blois to check on her army's progress.

The Paladin continues his entertainment routines at Jacques Boucher's house and captures the attention of his daughter, Catherine. Louis becomes jealous because Catherine has caught his romantic interest. He composes a poem and has Noel recite it, but the Paladin interrupts the reading and spoils the show.

When Joan's...

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