The Eyes of the Dragon - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Roland watches Peter play with the dollhouse and realizes he is using it as a tool to make up fantasies that are clearly male in nature. Roland refuses to take the dollhouse away from his son, despite the fact that Flagg makes it clear that he does not agree. However, Flagg is not upset because this seems like a minor thing to him.

Chapter 11 Analysis

Roland defies Flagg for the first time in deciding not to take the dollhouse from Peter. Roland has finally shown that he need not rely on Flagg for everything, proving that Sasha has broken Roland's trust in Flagg somewhat. This is important because it proves that Flagg does not have absolute control over Roland despite his desire to have that control. This predicts a time when Flagg will look to another king in order to gain control of...

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