Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 18-20 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 18-20 Summary

Joan somehow knows French blood is being spilt and rushes off for the battle with her staff members. The sounds of war come to them as they make their way through Orleans, along with the rest of the army and some of citizens. In the disorder Joan calls for a horse, and while mounted, someone calls out that she is the Maid of Orleans. This becomes one of the primary names by which Joan of Arc is known.

The fighting started when the city's garrison attacked the garrison of the English siege fortress called St. Loup. Joan and her army eagerly join the fight, with the Dwarf slashing through a road of defeated Englishmen in front of Joan's horse. The knights order her entourage to defend her progress, and the Paladin begins to live up...

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