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1. What does Arbican mean when he says that his kind of magic failed and that is why the people of magic left for Vale Innis?

2. What does Arbican mean when he says humans (not magical people) have their own magic? How does The Wizard in the Tree illustrate Mallory's magic?

3. Why does Mallory choose to help Arbican, even though he is very grouchy, even rude?

4. Why does Mallory forgive Mr. Parsel's debt to the Holdings even though she was often beaten in his home?

5. Mallory says that she may be a bad squire because she knows little of accounting and business, but Arbican says that he thinks she will do well. Do you think she will be a good squire?

6. Scrupnor seems to be a bad man from the moment he talks of putting his tenants out of their homes as a "blessing for...

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