The Wolf and the Dove - Chaptrs 16 through 19 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Woodiwiss
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Chaptrs 16 through 19 Summary

The joust occurs, as ordered by William, on the first day of the year, 1067. Wulfgar begins by working with the Hun early that morning. Upon his return, Gowain offers advice on Ragnor's typical methods, but Wulfgar stops him, only to be interrupted by Milbourne, who offers his own advice. Wulfgar has noted that all his men - including Sanhurst - are mooning around the house, lost without Aislinn's presence. As they leave the house for the jousting field, Milbourne teasingly urges Wulfgar not to injure Ragnor too much, saying that without Ragnor Wulfgar would have no one save his knights on which to vent his anger.

As Ragnor and Wulfgar meet on the field, Ragnor asks where Sweyn is, then says that he remembers that Sweyn is "guarding my lands." Wulfgar doesn't respond. The joust begins with neither falling on the...

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