River God - Pages 146-190 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Pages 146-190 Summary

After the festival the king and his family returned to his palace at Elephantine Island. As the newest of his wives, Lostris and her slave, Taita, were required to make the journey as well. The king remained fascinated with her, and although he maintained his distance for ninety days with regard to sexual relations, he dined with her often and enjoyed her company. For her part, Lostris' heart belonged to Tanus, but she was growing fond of Pharaoh and readily accepted her new role in life. The two took to walking through the city streets. Lostris enjoyed talking with the commoners and would do so at great lengths. Lostris would then tell Pharaoh the concerns of his people. Through these actions she acquired a reputation as a compassionate listener and became the most loved of all his wives.

When ninety days...

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