Assassin's Apprentice - Chapter 14, Galen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, Galen Summary

Fitz and Lady Patience settle into a comfortable acceptance of one another. She sends him on errands and through these trips; Fitz comes to learn a great deal. Fitz learns more about plants and about the art of tattooing. The frequent trips to town also allow Fitz more time to spend with Molly who helps him navigate the merchant stalls.

The night before the lessons with Galen begin, Fitz is summoned by Burrich. Burrich tells Fitz that Galen has warned Burrich against counseling the boy while he learns the Skill. Burrich then haltingly tells Fitz to beware of the Wit. Burrich has already told Fitz not to become too engaged in the art of being close to beasts and now worries that if Fitz shows this proclivity it may harm his lessons with Galen. Burrich tells Fitz that Galen once murdered...

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