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Queens' Play Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One: The Vulgar Lyre: V: Rouen: Fast Drivings for the Purpose of Killing and VI: Rouen: The Difficult and the Impossible Summary

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part One: The Vulgar Lyre: V: Rouen: Fast Drivings for the Purpose of Killing and VI: Rouen: The Difficult and the Impossible Summary

In Part One: The Vulgar Lyre: V: Rouen: Fast Drivings for the Purpose of Killing, there is a riddle before the chapter begins. The chapter begins with the young queen and her aunt and guardian Jenny looking out the window; they prepare for the entry of the king, and it seems much mischief has taken place and will continue to take place between these two redheads. Rouen was filled to the brim with people coming to see the entry of the king; O'LiamRoe and Stewart arrive just in time for the beginning of the ceremony with Thady missing. A parade including decorated carts and elephants...

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