A String in the Harp - Chapters 18 & 19 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Bond
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Chapters 18 & 19 Summary

Peter and Gwilym meet in the shed and make their way by motorbike toward Nant-y-moch, where they had first seen the orb of light. When they reach the reservoir, neither boy is surprised to see that the water is no longer there, but has magically been replaced with empty fields. Together, they have traveled back thousands of years to when Taliesin was first buried. Wordlessly, Peter finds the pile of rocks that signals Taliesin's grave. There is even a headstone proclaiming Taliesin's name and even though Peter cannot read it he knows innately what it says. He pushes aside some of the rocks until a small barrow is formed, and he drops the key into the grave. When he lets go of the key, the air rings so joyously loud that it shocks him. He makes his way back to the motorbike and...

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