The Reckoning - Study Guide Chapters 30, Llanfaes, Wales, March 1282 - 33, Abner, Wales, June 1282 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter 30, Llewelyn is awakened on Palm Sunday to learn that Davydd has planned an attack on the King. Llewelyn sets out for Davydd's castle vowing to stop the rebellion. He is too late. Elizabeth is alone at the castle. Davydd has already attacked Hawarden Castle. By the time Llewelyn arrives at Hawarden, the raid is over. The war has begun, and King Edward is only two days away in Devizes, a town on the Welsh border. Davydd has provoked the rath of the church by attacking on a holy day and the King has time to rally troops to stop quickly stop the rebellion. Llewelyn has no choice. He must fight Davydd's war.

In chapter 31, Amaury is released from prison. His fears about the new Pope are unfounded. He will not relent...

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