West with the Night - Book 2, Chapter 9, Royal Exile Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 9, Royal Exile Summary and Analysis

Beryl's father bought a racehorse from England who was of a long, prestigious bloodline, named Camciscan. This horse was very strong and prideful, unsure of his new surroundings and difficult to train. Beryl would clean out his stall every day and the horse would shy away to the corner of his stall the whole time she was inside it. Beryl would also ride the horse every day. One day, the horse became agitated and threw Beryl from his back, causing her to hit her head on a tree. Beryl came back a week later to resume their routine. A while later, the horse bit Beryl on the leg while she brushed him. Later, while Beryl rode the horse, he reared up and attempted to throw her again. Beryl hit him with the whip until the...

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