The Reckoning - Study Guide Chapters 27, Hafod-y-llan, Nanhwynain, Wales, September 1281 - 29, Llanfaes, Wales, March 1282 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter 27, Llewelyn reveals to his council that he plans to make Roger de Mortimer his ally. Roger de Mortimer is Ellen's sworn enemy for what he did to her father's body, but Llewelyn is sure she will understand. Llewelyn is wrong and the argument about Roger is the first real fight of their marriage. Llewelyn leaves the castle, seeking to leave his cold, angry wife behind him.

On the road, he meets Davydd. Davydd astutely determines the reason Llewelyn is travelling alone. They share a meal on the road and Davydd informs Llewelyn that their brother Rhodri has taken an English wife. They go together to visit their uncle Einion who lives nearby, Llewelyn still reluctant to go home. After a day with Einion, Llewelyn finally heads home. Ellen realizes...

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