The Blue Sword - Chapter One Summary & Analysis

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Chapter One Summary

The Blue Sword is the story of Harry Crewe, a young orphan girl who rises from an inexperienced Homelander to the Queen of Damar, wielder of the sword of Gonturan. The story is one of friendships, love, leadership, and a passion to help a nation.

In Chapter One, Angharad Crewe, known as Harry, is sent to Istan in the Province of Daria, following the death of her father. Lady Amelia and Sir Charles Greenough have agreed to take in the young orphan, and although her new home is much wealthier than her previous home, she is attempting to make the best of things. Richard, her brother, was in the military in Istan, and had asked Sir Charles for advice on what to do with his unmarried sister, as her heritage is questionable due to unknown actions of her great grandmother. Charles...

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