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The Saxon Shore Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, The Saxon Shore: Chapters 15-18 Summary

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Book 2, The Saxon Shore: Chapters 15-18 Summary

Chapter 15.

Merlyn doesn't know what to expect when he goes to Liam Twistback's home for dinner. He decides to leave his armor and weaponry behind. Liam is a wealthy man known for his talents in breeding oxen, goats, and cattle. He is a hard worker, and makes friends easily. No one is jealous of him. He doesn't hold his wealth over anyone. He dotes on his daughter and enjoys spoiling her. The evening is pleasant, and Merlyn learns more about the local people. They don't use servants, and they work hard. Liam expresses an understanding of how strange it must all seem to Merlyn. He remembers how he felt when he traveled through Britain. He did this when he was younger and performed as a hunchback with a troupe of showman.

The evening is filled with fine...

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