The Blue Sword - Chapter Five and Chapter Six Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Five and Chapter Six Summary

Immediately in Chapter Five, Corlath begins giving orders in camp as the two riders discuss Harry, noting her pride and honor throughout the journey. Corlath encourages her to enter the largest tent, which is clearly the King's tent. Color blazes inside from a variety of wall tapestries, rugs, and other ornate decorations. Four men arrive and begin to fill a large bathtub. When they finish, they gesture, and attempt to help her remove her clothing, to which she hotly refuses. Corlath sends the men away and informs Harry that his men were merely showing her royal courtesy. He fears he has offended her and is sorry but realizes they know little of one another's customs. As Harry's anger ebbs, Corlath finds himself grabbing her head gently to look into her eyes, and in them he...

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