The Thief's Daughter - Chapters 17-20 Summary & Analysis

Jeff Wheeler
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In Chapter 17, “Lord Bothwell,” Evie is shown to her living quarters, which are much smaller than royal guests would have received in Ceredigion. Lord Bothwell arrives, having identified himself as a member of the Espion. He assures Owen that the rooms are secure with no opportunities for anyone to spy on them. Bothwell says he is “Iago's closest friend and confidante” (Location 1952), and that Iago is “that stupid.” He says Iago is poor and that the nobles will be paying for Atabyrion's role in the upcoming war. Bothwell talks about Eyric, saying many people want to see him on the throne to further their own purposes, and that people tend to be sympathetic toward Eyric, a direct contrast to how most feel about Severn. Bothwell also says Eyric and Kathryn have left the palace, but are still in Atabyrion. When Bothwell is gone...

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