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The Cattle Raid of Cooley Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Decision of the Battle Summary

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The Decision of the Battle Summary

A woman named Morrigan travels between the two camps, trying to raise tempers by talking ill of each group to the other group. Meanwhile, Cuchulain begs Laeg to give him full reports of the battle. Cuchulain asks to know the strengths and weaknesses and fighting styles of the men. Laeg obliges, and Cuchulain speaks with the leaders.

Cuchulain feels worthless that he cannot help fight. Laeg assures him that he has done more than enough and is a hero for his country. Cuchulain tells Laeg to rouse the troops, as it is morning and time to fight. Laeg runs through the camp, screaming to the men to defend their honor and to protect the mighty bull of Cooley.

The Decision of the Battle Analysis

The theme of honor is highlighted again in this chapter, as Cuchulain feels unworthy because...

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