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Vengeance is used as the motivator for much of the action in this novel. Identify three characters who use vengeance as their motivation and discuss the outcome of their actions.

Foreshadowing in this novel is used subtly and sparingly. Identify and discuss three occasions of foreshadowing.

The narrator comments that Davydd's pride is both his downfall and his salvation. Discuss why and how this statement is true or false.

Why did Llewelyn risk his marriage to align himself with Roger de Mortimer? Was he correct to do so?

Is King Edward inherently evil? Why? Discuss his redeeming qualities if any exist.

Who does Llewelyn name as his heir and why? Is this heir a surprise or expected?

After many wars between England and Wales, why is this the final war. Why does Wales fall into the hands of the English and how does King Edward ensure that...

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