A String in the Harp - Chapters 16 & 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16 & 17 Summary

Chapter 16 opens with Taliesin making his way across a peaceful field. He is old and takes in the sights, smells, and sounds of the land with extreme happiness. It becomes clear that he has finished his job as the bard and is returning home to the town he has not seen since he was twelve-years-old and was taken to do the king's work. Meanwhile, David confronts Jen about Peter's key while the two are enjoying a day in the city. David wonders whether or not it is smart to let Peter make his own decision about the key, or whether he should have just confiscated it. Even though Jen does not want to admit that the key is magic, she confirms to David that leaving Peter with the key is the right thing to do. Peter believes wholeheartedly in his mission, and he...

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