A Dance with Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book Five - Study Guide Prologue, Chapters 1-7 Summary & Analysis

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Prologue:

The prologue begins with a warg tracking down the scent of a man. Wargs, unlike wolves, are not afraid of men. Men are slow and stupid, deaf and blind to the sounds and sights in the forest. Man is easy to catch. One Eye attacks. Varamyr goes along with his pack thinking about hunting in the form of a wolf. Varamyr has never tasted human flesh as a human, only as a wolf. Varamyr thinks about Haggon, one of his victims who talked about the abomination of man eating another man. Haggon also says the same of a man who would mate with a wolf while in wolf form. Varamyr killed Haggon and ate his heart. Varamyr returns to human form, relieved to hear his own human voice. He has ripped open a wound in his side.

Varamyr thinks about the battle...

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