A Wizard of Earthsea - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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The first few days pass and nothing seems to be happening. As they travel like beggars, Ged gets more and more impatient until he finally asks Ogion when his teaching will begin. Ogion lets Ged know he is already teaching Ged but he is just not understanding what is being taught. Ogion tells Ged to be patient. Ged begins to wonder what Ogion can teach him that any other sorcerer cannot and is frustrated because Ogion does not do any spells in front of him.

Finally, they arrive at Re Albi, Ogion’s home. Ged spends the winter learning the Hardic language, the language which comes from the Old Speechwritten when the world was first created. But still, no spells are used. When the spring comes, Ged often goes into the wilderness to explore and collect herbs for Ogion. One day while he is...

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