The Eyes of the Dragon - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Peter has offered to help Thomas make gifts together for their father, but Thomas has always refused and found later that Roland was much appreciative of Peter's gifts. Peter even offered to have Thomas join him when he began to take a glass of wine to his father every night, but Thomas again refused. Thomas was angry that the Chief Vintner had caught him attempting to steal a bottle of wine the day before, and that Peter expected him to help pay for a bottle even though all the wine technically belongs to their father.

Chapter 24 Analysis

Thomas has begun to separate himself from his father and brother due to his feelings of inadequacy; thus, Thomas chooses not be involved in the delivery of the wine each night to his father's sitting room. This touches again on the theme of sibling rivalry, as...

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