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Queens' Play - Part One: The Vulgar Lyre: III: Rouen: The Nut Without Fruit and IV: Rouen: Fine, Scientific Workings Without Warning Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part One: The Vulgar Lyre: III: Rouen: The Nut Without Fruit and IV: Rouen: Fine, Scientific Workings Without Warning Summary

In Part One: The Vulgar Lyre: III: Rouen: The Nut Without Fruit, the Rouennois are worn out from preparing for the arrival of the king and do not notice the entrance of the Irish. The men are distracted by Jenny Fleming's arrival; she is the governess to Queen Mary but is more accurately her mischief companion. A plaster whale had been made, and Jenny had come to see it. Margaret Erskine, Jenny's daughter, is one of Jenny's companions. This plain, controlled woman tries to keep her mother out of trouble. This scene ends with one of the men with the whale being without a heel. Robin Stewart's job is to look...

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