Eragon: Inheritance Book One - The Mourning Sage Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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The Mourning Sage Summary

Memories haunt Eragon as he is forced to relive some of the most painful sights he has seen as he struggles in unconsciousness. He sees everything that has happened to him since he found Saphira's egg. In his unconscious state he sees an entity that speaks to him. It is the Mourning Sage, and it asks him to come to it and to go to Arya who will take him to Ellesmyra, the land of the elves. The Mourning Sage will be there waiting for him.

The Mourning Sage tells Eragon, "You are greater than you know, Eragon. Think of what you have done and rejoice, for you have rid the land of a great evil. You have wrought a deed no one else could. Many are in your debt." (Page 494) Eragon thinks of the good things he was...

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