The Wolf and the Dove - Chapters 8 through 10 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Woodiwiss
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Chapters 8 through 10 Summary

Aislinn returns to her room after the blessing of the graves to find Sweyn there with Wulfgar. She turns to leave, but Wulfgar beckons her in, saying to Sweyn that he will feel better knowing that the situation is in Sweyn's hands, but doesn't elaborate. Aislinn searches for her torn kirtle to see if she can mend it but can't find it, and - though she admits it is an unreasonable reaction - begins to cry. Wulfgar snaps at her, saying that she's no better than a trollop who asks for money, but when Aislinn responds that she's only seeking what is rightly her own since she has no way to get more clothes, Wulfgar admits that she's held up well - better than most women in her situation would have done.

They make love then, though Aislinn fights to remain...

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