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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 21-24 Summary

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Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 21-24 Summary

Joan shares a room with Catherine, and there she dictates to Louis a letter home. Joan tells her family not to be concerned about a wound she is about to take, according to her voices. Catherine implores her not to take part in any further battles, but Joan tells Catherine that the wound is a necessary part of the whole idea of driving the English out of France. Word comes from the council of Charles VII that Joan is to do no further attacks. She rejects the idea and orders her generals to prepare for the coming day's battle.

The next bastille to be taken is Tourelles. During this assault Joan receives her injury—a crossbow bolt to her shoulder. The Dwarf fights hard to defend her, and she is taken from the battlefield...

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