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The Reckoning Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 37, Dolwyddelan, Wales, December 1282 - 40, Shrewsbury, England, October 1283 Summary

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Chapters 37, Dolwyddelan, Wales, December 1282 - 40, Shrewsbury, England, October 1283 Summary

In chapter 37, Davydd learns of Llewelyn's death. Men lament that the loss of Llewelyn is the loss of Wales, and Davydd has trouble rallying the men behind him. They are not willing to die for him the way they were willing to die for Llewelyn.

In chapter 38, Hugh is with Amaury planning his trip back to Wales for Caitlin. An unexpected visit from a group of monks delights Hugh when he discovers that one of the monks is Caitlin. The White Monks of Aberconwy Abbey disguise her and help her get out of Wales. She brings Hugh word of Llewelyn's death, and Hugh and Caitlin soon marry. Amaury gives Hugh one of his manors in Angouleme in return for his loyal service.

In chapter 39, Welsh resistance collapses under Davydd's leadership. Davydd and his...

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