The Iron King - Part 3, The Hand of God; Chapter's 8-9 Summary & Analysis

Maurice Druon
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Part 3, The Hand of God; Chapter's 8-9 Summary and Analysis

The last two chapter's of the novel of "The Iron King" by Maurice Druon sees the novel resolve itself as 'the curse' finds it way to King Philip the Fair himself.

Chapter Eight; "The Meet at Pont-Sainte-Maxence" begins with showing the reader that the King is on a hunt while attending one of his 'country escapes'. He has recently been going off to his quieter palaces and lodges more often, and now the summer has faded to early autumn again finds himself preoccupied, troubled, and trying to regain some peace of mind by hunting alone. He is chasing a stag through the woods with his dog, and seemingly loses the scent when he comes across a small crofter's hut; belonging to a simple man known as Andre of the...

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