The Wolf and the Dove - Chapterss 20 through 22 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Woodiwiss
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Chapterss 20 through 22 Summary

Wulfgar sleeps in the stable, waking the soldiers who sleep there often, with his anger at the situation. Things continue to worsen between Aislinn and Gwyneth with Haylan taking Gwyneth's side and Maida slipping further into insanity with her hatred. Wulfgar and Aislinn continue to argue the point of marriage with Wulfgar stoutly refusing and Aislinn knowing that she is nothing more than a temporary plaything that can be discarded at his will without it. She is soon very depressed and goes about reminding Wulfgar that she is his slave, his servant and helps serve the meal in the evenings, leaving Gwyneth to take the seat vacated by Aislinn. One evening, Bolsgar tells Wulfgar that he should have compassion on Aislinn and either marry her or allow Kerwick to marry her. Bolsgar says that Kerwick is man enough to raise the...

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