The Wolf and the Dove - Chapters 11 through 14 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Woodiwiss
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Chapters 11 through 14 Summary

Wulfar continues his work for William, once encountering three knights who refuse to yield. In a battle, Wulfgar wins, strips them of their arms and shields and sends them to William as prisoners. In many places, the English lay down their arms and pledge fealty to William. Then they encounter two men, two women and several young children struggling to get a cart out of the mire. The two men and the older of the boys hold lances in an effort to defend the others, but Wulfgar's men have them greatly outnumbered, and he offers to allow them to pledge their loyalty to William in return for work and a safe haven at Darkenwald. They accept and Wulfgar helps them pull their stuck cart from the mire. There is a man named Gavin who has only one arm, the other was...

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