The Wicked Day - Book I, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Book I, Chapter 15 Summary

In Chapter 15, Arthur is looking at a litter of puppies when Mordred is brought in by his guards. After a brief explanation of what happened, the guards leave the two men alone. Mordred is sure now he will be put to death or imprisoned. Arthur asks him what happened and listens carefully as Mordred tells not only of the murder of Gabran, but of his foster family and the stories he grew up with, and how he ended up with the Orkney princes, as the bastard son of King Lot. In the discussion, Mordred expresses his belief he is the rightful heir to at least one of Lot's kingdoms and is told by Arthur that he is not, because he is not Lot's son. Arthur tells Mordred that he is the son of Arthur, not Lot. It takes a...

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