The Beggar Queen - Part I Citizen Weasel Summary & Analysis

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Part I Citizen Weasel Summary and Analysis

The first part of "The Beggar Queen" follows Duke Conrad and the young King Constantine, as Conrad shares his worry about the revolutionary attitude of Westmark. The Duke Conrad is convinced that being lenient with Westmark and recognizing the "Beggar Queen," Queen Augusta, will lead to rebellion in Regia. The history of rebellion in Westmark makes Conrad think that they will continue to gain power. Further, Queen Augusta has appointed her rebel leaders as her new counselors of state. Florian, her commander in the war, is now her commander of armies. Conrad is concerned by the planned marriage between the Queen and Theo. Theo was a particularly dangerous soldier, but is a childhood friend of the Queen. The king Constantine disagrees. Constantine is a young king and does not wish to alienate his people. He...

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