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The Favored Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Julia's connection with Beatrice is growing stronger, and she recognizes the times Beatrice "comes to me." If she's standing by a gate or in a particular field, she'll suddenly know that she has been there before, as Beatrice. The old people who see her in that position will say, "Welcome child, welcome," and seem to know that they're speaking to Beatrice. The Christmas season is near and there are celebrations, including a dance with Gypsy music at the dower house. The night after the dance, Julia dreams that the village church is struck by lightening, that the spire falls on three houses next door, killing some and starting a fire that sweeps through the village. Julia dreams it over and over. When she wakes, she rushes to the village, certain that the event is going to happen. She goes to Ralph, and he tells her...

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