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The Reckoning Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 24, Abbey of Aberconwy, Wales, September 1279 - 26, Sherborne Castle, Dorsetshire, England, March 1281 Summary

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Chapters 24, Abbey of Aberconwy, Wales, September 1279 - 26, Sherborne Castle, Dorsetshire, England, March 1281 Summary

In chapter 24, Llewelyn encounters Davydd at the Abbey. Davydd has moved his family back to Wales, to the land granted to him by the King. Llewelyn is having trouble receiving justice in the English courts for his claim regarding Arwystli. Davydd has been summoned to the English court to defend himself against an English knight. Welshmen are fast discovering that there is no justice in the English court for them. Edward claims that he will uphold Welsh law when the suit concerned Welsh lands, but it is clear to these men that Edward lied. Davydd and Llewelyn argue about past grievances, and Llewelyn begins to believe that Davydd's regret is honest.

Llewelyn arrives home to Dolwyddelan a few days early. Hugh and Caitlin ride off...

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