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The Thistle and the Rose Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Curse of Sauchieburn and The Wild Knight Summary

Eleanor Hibbert and Jean Plaidy
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The Curse of Sauchieburn and The Wild Knight Summary

In The Curse of Sauchieburn, Margaret begins to mature and the change is seen by those around her. Both James and Margaret are well aware of the changes in Margaret and James does what he can to pamper her. Margaret says that she doesn't want revenge but her pride won't allow the situation to continue as is. Margaret also comes to realize that she wants to have some say in the politics and policies of Scotland but knows that James won't allow her to have any say. This is another situation in which Margaret is hurt, desiring to be more to her husband than just a wife, but wants to be co-ruler of Scotland. James announces to Margaret that he plans to bring his other illegitimate sons to the castle to live near...

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