A Wizard of Earthsea Quotes

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Nor will this boy be a common man,” the other answered. (Chapter 1 paragraph 15)

Ogion went on half a mile or so, and said at last, “To hear, one must be silent.
-- Ogion (Chapter 2)

That night, and always from then on, he offered and gave Ged friendship, a sure and open friendship which Ged could not help but return. (Chapter 3)

Ged’s pride would not be slighted or condescended to. He swore to prove to Jasper, and all the rest of them among whom Jasper was something of a leader, how great his power really was—someday. (Chapter 3)

The more he learned, the less he would have to fear, until finally in his full power as a Wizard he needed fear nothing in the world, nothing at all. (Chapter 4)

Then the sallow oval between Ged’s arms grew bright. It widened and spread, a rent in the darkness of the earth and the night, a ripping open of... (Chapter 4)

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