The Wicked Day - Book II, Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Chapters 4-6 Summary

In Chapter 4. Lamorak and Morgause are entwined in lovemaking when Gaheris bursts into the room. Gaheris is mad with shock and grief. Mordred tries to hold him back but cannot, and Gaheris breaks free and kills Morgause in an unbridled frenzy. Mordred bundles Lamorak off and then takes Gaheris back to his horse. Gaheris swears to kill Lamorak, and justifies his killing of his mother through babbling logic and nonsense.

In Chapter 5, Morgause is dead, Gaheris is banished and Lamorak is relieved of his command and sent away. Gawain swears to kill them both. Agravain missed his twin and Gareth retreated into silence. Mordred's cool handling of the situation has gained him stature and distanced him from the Orkney princes. He is in favor with the king and his queen as well. King Arthur calls a Council...

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