Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc - Study Guide Book 2: In Court and Camp, Chapter 28-33 Summary & Analysis

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While the French troops rest for a couple of days before moving onward, Catherine Boucher implores Joan to stop taking the risks of a soldier. Joan assures her that the risks are necessary and success is assured, but Joan also foresees her death within two years.

At Meung, Joan's troops secure a bridge and hold it while the English general Talbot waits for reinforcements. The Constable of France, Richemont, approaches with needed reinforcements for Joan. On the morning of June 17th, both reinforced armies meet. The English retreat to a strong position, and Joan decides to not take action until the next day. During the night, English forces retreat but are detected by Joan's spies. She decides to join her forces together for the coming battle.

The English move out on the plains of La...

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