Assassin's Apprentice - Chapter 22, Dilemmas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22, Dilemmas Summary

The short passage at the beginning of the chapter describes a dream Fitz has about the Fool. The Fool talks about keeping Fitz alive and standing at a crossroads. The message seems to be that Fitz is the key to the survival of the Six Duchies.

Fitz awakens the morning after his meeting with Regal and reviews all the recent events in his mind. He decides that he must get a message to King Shrewd and seeks out August, one of the coterie, to Skill to the King. August grudgingly agrees to the task but says that the King wishes for Fitz to do as Regal says. August refuses to contact Shrewd again. Fitz doubts that August even tried to Skill to the King.

That night Fitz reports to Regal's chamber where one of the prince's men gives Fitz poison to...

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