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The Thistle and the Rose Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Daisy, Marigold, Pomagranate and Rose, and The Unfaithful Husband Summary

Eleanor Hibbert and Jean Plaidy
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The Daisy, Marigold, Pomagranate and Rose, and The Unfaithful Husband Summary

In The Daisy, Marigold, Pomegranate and Rose, Margaret begins to ready herself and her entourage for the trip on to Henry's Court, and she's excited despite the fact that Angus left her and her younger son died. She feels, however, that the only real option available is for her to seek the help of Henry and his ministers in order to regain her position as Regent. Albany also wants Margaret to return to England so that he can control her. Albany calls on Angus to help persuade Margaret to return. Toward this end, Angus catches up with Margaret and she is immensely glad to see him but she is angry when Angus urges her to return to Scotland. Margaret in turn tries to convince Angus to go on with...

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