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The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, The Castle and the Great Hall Summary

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Chapter 4, The Castle and the Great Hall Summary

The following morning the Prince informs Beauty they are embarking on the final leg of their journey. As Beauty leads the Prince's horse through the village and forest, her mind is on the Prince's castle. As the group enters the valley leading to the castle, Beauty's heart quickens. When they arrive on the castle grounds, Beauty is mortified to see so many people of her own class out to watch her arrival. Beauty sobs and wants to beg for cover; however, she quickly regains her composure when the Prince speaks to her softly. The Prince dismounts his horse at the drawbridge and orders Beauty to her hands and knees, informing her she will enter the castle this way. Beauty is led through a corridor and into the Great Hall where the Queen awaits.

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