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Queens' Play Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Three: London: The Excitement of Being Hunted: I: Blois: The Mill in Motion and II: Amboise: An Accident Happens Summary

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part Three: London: The Excitement of Being Hunted: I: Blois: The Mill in Motion and II: Amboise: An Accident Happens Summary

In Part Three: London: The Excitement of Being Hunted: I: Blois: The Mill in Motion, there is a riddle that begins the new section. There is also a riddle at the beginning of the chapter. The chapter begins from Margaret's perspective; she watches Robin leave for Ireland, Thady returns to entertaining the court, and Jenny grows larger with the king's child. Richard Crawford finally arrives, which had been Margaret's silent prayer.

Upon Richard's arrival, the Erskine's prepare him about Lymond. Richard goes out to find out what trouble exists. A the wrestling match is to take place between Lymond and the Cornishman. Lymond is surprisingly able to kill the...

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