Eragon: Inheritance Book One - The Madness of Life Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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The Madness of Life Summary

Eragon bolts upright in bed in the dark. He feels there is something wrong, so he gets out of bed, dresses, and walks to Garrow's room. Garrow is lying in clean clothes and his hair is combed - he is dead.

Tears flood Eragon's eyes, and he thinks about all he has lost in his life: "Mother, aunt, uncle - he had lost them all. The weight of his grief was crushing, a monstrous force that left him tottering." (Page 90) Eragon continues to sob as he is led back to his room, where he shouts out in his grief and is comforted by Elain.

The Madness of Life Analysis

Garrow is dead as Eragon wakes in his bed and walks in to see his uncle dressed and lying in state. Eragon breaks down after a moment when...

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