Assassin's Apprentice - Study Guide Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

A boy prompts Fitz to put up his writing and rest. As a line of ink spills across the page, Fitz remembers the numerous ways he killed people over the years. A nagging pain reaches out to him and he asks the boy to fetch two leaves of the Chyurdan herb that relieves pain and yet kills with three leaves.

Epilogue Analysis

The epilogue brings the reader back from the past into the present. Fitz has been writing this whole story instead of living it as the reader read. The young boy's prompting suggests that Fitz has been sitting at his writing table for far too long and should get some movement before he becomes stiff. The list of people that that Fitz has killed over the years indicates a long hard life and quite possibly the pain he suffers from is the result of one or...

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