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The Priory of the Orange Tree - Part I, Chapters 6-11 Summary & Analysis

Samantha Shannon
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In Chapter 6, “West,” Ead is among those having dinner with Sabran. They are evaluating the drawing of Aubrecht. Sabran asks Ead's opinion, then turns the conversation to the fact that Ead's people follow the Dawnsingers, though Ead has publicly pledged to follow the Six Virtues of the Inys people. Sabran asks Ead to tell a story and Ead knows she cannot tell it as her people know it, but she does slip in one fact – that the woman in the story shunned the knight – only to have Sabran correct her. When she finishes the story, Ead considers that the people of Inys believe the man named Galian is the hero, but that it was really the woman named Cleolind, and that the people of Inys “knew nothing of the orange tree” (71). Ead looks at the book she took from Truyde's room...

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