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Queens' Play Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Four: The Loan and the Limit: III: Chateaubriant: A Bed-Tick Full of Harpstrings and IV: The Price of Satire Summary

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Part Four: The Loan and the Limit: III: Chateaubriant: A Bed-Tick Full of Harpstrings and IV: The Price of Satire Summary

In Part Four: The Loan and the Limit: III: Chateaubriant: A Bed-Tick Full of Harpstrings, the English Ambassage Extraordinary arrives in France to make a treaty between France and England and to demand the Queen of Scots marry the King of England, but if this cannot be agreed upon, then the king's daughter, Elizabeth in her stead. France and the Queen Mother will not like this demand, but others do not care for the relationship between the Scots and France.

The French court, minus Queen Mary and the Queen Mother, is in Candes, enjoying the evening out of doors. Robin hides, watching Lymond. Robin launches two arrows that narrowly...

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