The Eyes of the Dragon - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Peter is very young when his mother dies but remembers one night with her very clearly. That night there is a feast, which Peter attends with his parents. Sasha is not allowed to sit close to her son, so she prepares him before the dinner. Afterwards, Sasha takes Peter to his room to prepare him for bed and compliments him on everything he has done well. Sasha also points out to Peter that he did not use his napkin. Peter did not use his napkin because the others at the table did not either, including the king. Sasha tells Peter that although no one else used their napkins, he should because she wants him to grow up with better manners than those that his father and his court display. Then Sasha explains to Peter that all men have the capacity to either be gods or dogs and...

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