Dagon and Other Macabre Tales - The Quest of Iranon Summary & Analysis

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The Quest of Iranon Summary

"The Quest of Iranon" begins with Iranon, a young singer of songs, entering the granite city of Teloth. The people of Teloth, though, are very somber and have no interest in laughing or singing. Iranon tells all about his desire to see the city of Aira, from whence he came, and he seeks information about the city, though no one knows anything about the city of Aira. Eventually, after being spurned by the whole town, Iranon meets a young man named Romnod. Romnod is interested in Iranon's tales and wants to join him on his journeys. Romnod suggests that the head to the city of Oonai, which Romnod suggests may be Aira under a different name.

Their journey to Oonai took many years and along the way, Romnod grew from a boy to a young man, while...

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