The Eyes of the Dragon - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

The court physician agrees with the diagnosis of murder, and Flagg organizes a search of the castle for the possible criminal, searching all rooms but the princes' rooms. Thomas is unaware of what is going on due to his illness, which has gotten worrisome. People felt sorry for Peter, thinking only of his loss, but Flagg knows that as soon as the contents of his secret compartment are revealed, the tide will turn. Flagg is expecting this to happen soon.

Chapter 33 Analysis

Flagg is playing his part perfectly, keeping suspicion off of himself by organizing a search for the guilty party. Peter, in the meantime, has the sympathy of everyone in the kingdom and is not a candidate for guilt at the moment, but Flagg hopes this will change.

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