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Saint Joan - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

Twenty-five years after the execution, King Charles receives news that a second trial has exonerated Joan. Puzzled The King is awakened by a dream that includes Joan as well as other characters important to her life and particularly her trial and execution. Each of the men has been impacted in some way from participation in the excommunication and death of the young warrior. Some are continually tormented with remorse while some have been punished by citizens in support of Joan. The men's discussion of their own personal trials is interrupted by the appearance of a man dressed in the clothes of the 1920's who has come to tell the group that Joan has been canonized. Joan is pleased and a little embarrassed at the news and at the display of these powerful men kneeling to honor her. As much as they revere her, they do not think...

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