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A Dance with Dragons: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book Five Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 56-65 Summary

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Chapters 56-65 Summary

Chapter 56: Tyrion

Tyrion and Penny are tending to their slavemaster, Yezzan. A healer has been called but Yezzan seems to be too far gone with the plague to be helped. Tyrion and Penny must clean up after Yezzan, which is a foul job. Tyrion thinks about trying to escape and wonders how to get rid of the bells around his neck. Penny wonders if Yezzan's slaves will be freed if he dies. Sweets laughs at the comment.

Tyrion orders soldiers to bring fresh water for Yezzan. The soldiers scoff at the little dwarf for issuing orders. However, they finally obey.

Tyrion thinks about Drogon and plans to shoot him down with crossbows. Tyrion knows that it is only possible if they hit his eyes as it is the only part of a dragon that is vulnerable.

Nurse continues to tend to Yezzan. Tyrion realizes that...

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