The Eyes of the Dragon - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Flagg returns to his rooms and waits an hour before preparing the poison once more, this time for a mouse. Then Flagg takes the remaining poison in a packet that he shredded partly to make it look as though the mouse had been at it and puts it in a box with Peter's name on it that he once stole from Peter when he was a small boy. Flagg puts both the mouse and the box in a hiding place in Peter's room of which most all of the servants know.

Chapter 30 Analysis

The reader finally sees how Flagg intends to blame the death of Roland on Peter. The mouse is supposed to have eaten the poison and will die of it, revealing somehow that Peter possesses the poison that killed his father. The only question that remains, foreshadowing the following few chapters...

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