A Wizard of Earthsea - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Ged returns to Low Torning to let them know they are safe from the dragons before he leaves the township. The town rejoices and celebrates and soon people from other islands are singing the story of Sparrowhawk and the dragons. That night Ged is happy, thoughts of the shadow far from his mind. The next day Ged gathers his few belongings and heads out from Low Torning on a boat with a few local fishermen.

When the boat is more than halfway to Roke, they run into bad weather. Ged reluctantly uses the magewind to move the ship ahead but the further the ship goes the weaker the wind gets. Suddenly Ged tells the captain to turn the ship around and drop him off at the island of Serd. Ged has realized the Roke wind-master is causing the weather problem because of Ged, because...

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