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Queens' Play - Part Three: London: The Excitement of Being Hunted: III: Blois: Distress is Not Released and IV: London: Wolves All Around Him Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: London: The Excitement of Being Hunted: III: Blois: Distress is Not Released and IV: London: Wolves All Around Him Summary

In Part Three: London: The Excitement of Being Hunted: III: Blois: Distress is Not Released, Lymond has been injured and captured by Oonagh. She has saved him from certain death. Lymond knocks over candles and sets the Hotel Moutier on fire. Oonagh and her servants leave him outside a doorway. He pays brave plunderers to put him in their cart and take him to Doubtance. He is then purchased, mainly for the cart, by Master Gaultier; Dame de Doubtance finds him and brings him into her home. She cares for him and protects him, and then has him taken to Sevigny.

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