A Wizard of Earthsea - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Ged arrives in Roke and asks some townspeople where he can find the Warden of the School on Roke. Each time he asks a new townsperson for direction, they respond with a riddle-like answer leaving Ged with no more information than when he started. Finally he knocks on a door and the person answering tells him he has found the school. Ged tries, unsuccessfully, to enter the door. The doorkeeper asks Ged for his name. Although it is not the norm to say one’s own name unless it is a life or death situation, Ged tells the doorkeeper his name and at last, he can enter.

Ged is left alone waiting in the innermost room of the House of Wise. Suddenly, there is a man in the room with him, the Archmage Nemmerle. Ged reads the letter Ogion has given him to the...

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