Rebellion - Chapter Three Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three Summary

Parkins, Brigham Langston's valet, is fiercely loyal to him, but has been left behind in London. The refined and well-dressed Brigham is expecting his larger wagon to arrive with the trunks of his belongings. He eats breakfast in the parlor with Fiona MacGregor and learns that she is aware of the upcoming rebellion.

Coll is awake and he and Serena are bickering over his eating breakfast, and soon she is bickering with Brigham over his flirtations. Brigham meets ten-year-old Malcolm MacGregor who asks whether he is the English pig, an obvious reference to Serena's opinion of him. Brigham's carriage arrives and, surprisingly, contains the valet, Parkins, who refuses to leave his master. Jem, Brigham's horseman, makes friends with young Malcolm, whose mare will foal soon. When Brigham meets the mare and promises to ride with Malcolm, he and Malcolm become friends.

In the stables looking...

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