The Reckoning - Chapters 21, Westminster, England, December 1277 - 23, Worcester, England, October 1278 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21, Westminster, England, December 1277 - 23, Worcester, England, October 1278 Summary

In chapter 21, Llewelyn arrives at Westminster and does homage to the King of England. After homage, Edward agrees to meet Llewelyn at the tower to discuss Ellen's release. Llewelyn is still suspicious of Edward's intentions fearing that Edwards will lock him in the Tower as a prisoner. When Llewelyn arrives, he is surprised by being allowed to meet his wife. Edward views this meeting as proof to Llewelyn that he has only good intentions. Edward does not release Ellen, but promises that her release will come soon. Llewelyn does not like hearing Ellen call Edward "Ned" and "dearest cousin." She seems comfortable and friendly with Edward and Llewelyn does not understand that she does this out of necessity.

In chapter 22, Ellen learns that King Edward will release her when he gives her the...

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