The Eyes of the Dragon - Chapter 31 - 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 - 32 Summary

For three days Roland seems healthier and more vital than ever. Then after dinner one night, Roland gets a bad case of indigestion and begins to smoke at the mouth. Peter is the first to go to his side, and Flagg is pleased with this. Roland says dragon and says no more. Roland begins to emit so much heat that he catches his bed on fire. At midnight Roland dies as green fire shoots from his body. Someone immediately says murder and Flagg is pleased.

Chapter 31 - 32 Analysis

Roland begins to grow ill and the first person to his aid is Peter, a fact that pleases Flagg because the people will remember this action and see it as guilt later when accusations begin to flow. Flagg has gotten what he wants in Roland's death. Everyone begins to cry murder at the...

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