Eragon: Inheritance Book One - Tea for Two Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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Tea for Two Summary

Seeking answers about dragons, Eragon heads to Brom the Storyteller's house. Brom has a white beard and a hooked nose and is gruff and impatient with Eragon's many questions. They sit by the fire to have their conversation. Eragon asks about the Dragon Riders and while puffing on his pipe, Brom begins to tell.

The Riders once ruled all the lands of the Empire. Dragons began at the creation of Alagalsia itself; they have been around since the beginning. Elves are truly alive, Brom tells Eragon after the boy interrupts the storyteller and are often called the fair folk because they are more graceful than people.

Once, the elves and dragons had fought against each other, and the war lasted for 5 years until one day, an elf called Eragon found a dragon egg. Brom looks at Eragon, who has...

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