The Merlin Conspiracy - Section VIII: Roddy Summary & Analysis

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Section VIII: Roddy Summary

Uncertain where she and Grundo can go, having missed the King's Progress, Roddy decides to take them to her mother's relatives at Dimber. There, she meets Judith her aunt, and Heddy her grandmother, who refuses to call her Roddy. Roddy finds them unnecessarily vulgar, and especially does not get along with Heddy.

In Chapter 2, the family and Grundo have tea, with Judith's daughters, twin girls who make fun of Grundo for being a boy in their house. Normally, the house at Dimber is occupied by only three women of the family, and cannot host men for very long. The women show Roddy the family regalia, which is a collection of jewels and objects used in magic. Meanwhile, the annoying twins are arguing over who will stay at Dimber once they are old enough to count as the third woman...

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