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The Favored Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 25 and 26 Summary

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 25 and 26 Summary

As Julia gets past her morning sickness, she encounters Ralph in the village one day. He asks what's wrong with her and asks if she's "with child." She says no but Ralph says that if she were, there'd be no need to rush off into marriage, that there are ways to get rid of a baby. He says an old Gypsy woman knows how to accomplish that and says that if a young friend of his wanted, he'd ride up that day. Julia thanks him but says there's no need. That night, Julia dreams of a Gypsy woman walking away with a cart. In the dream, Julia yells something but can't tell what it is that she says.

It's time for the harvest, and Julia goes to the field on the day of the reaping. One of the children begs for a ribbon off Julia's...

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