The Iron King - Part 2, The Adulterous Princesses; Chapter's 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, The Adulterous Princesses; Chapter's 7-8 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Seven "Like Father, Like Daughter..." of Part two sees Queen Isabella talking to her father the King of France, Philip the Fair. They are ensconced in his private rooms at the Castle of Maubuisson; a secluded castle in France that the King seemingly loves for its quite and tranquility. Here, Queen Isabella tells her father that she is unhappy in love, and that her brothers have married unworthy women. The King at first pays no attention to Queen Isabella's own emotional affairs, as he believes that;

"'I did not marry you to a man,' he said, 'but to a King. I did not sacrifice you by mistake.'"

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On the other charge however, King Philip is greatly angered. He hears about the golden purses, and that they could...

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