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The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, The Prince's Bed Chamber Summary

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Chapter 5, The Prince's Bed Chamber Summary

Beauty spends the supper gazing at the various happenings in the Great Hall. Many more slaves are beaten during supper. Beauty watches with disapproval as one girl, punished for dropping a pitcher, rushes too quickly to the Queen's feet. Beauty believes the girl to be insincere and is pleased when the Queen orders the girl punished again. Amidst the confused excitement, Beauty manages to fall asleep. Beauty is roused when the feast is over and ordered onto her hands and knees. Beauty is terrified, but is eased when she learns she is following the Prince to his chamber.

Lord Gregory offers to take Beauty to begin her training with the other slaves. The Prince informs the Lord he will train Beauty himself. Lord Gregory reminds the Prince the importance of the first few days of training. The Prince counters...

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