The Game of Kings - Part One, Chapters II and III Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part One, Chapters II and III Summary

The men gathered to talk about current events. The women worried and lamented about the safety of their husbands and sons who had gone out to battle the English and not yet returned. The children and servants grew restless. One such servant to the royal family, Simon (Sym) Bogle, requested permission to leave for an hour and went fishing. He discovered a man dressed in English clothes and lying unconscious, face down in the muck. Sym dragged the man back to his mistress, Lady Christian Stewart. Christian was blind but very perceptive. She touched his face, discovered he was young, and located a wound on his neck. Sym wished to nurse the man back to health, learn his identity, and possibly ransom him back to the English, from whence Sym believed he came...

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