The Golden Compass - Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 10 Summary

The Gyptian ship heads to Trollesund, the main port of Lapland, because John Faa knows of a witch consulate in the town. Faa also knows that they will need the witches' help. Farder Coram tells a story about an encounter he had with a Lapland witch: Forty years ago, a witch, who was being pursued by a giant red bird, fell from the sky and landed in the fen. Coram sought out this witch, and saved her from drowning. Farder describes how the witch had no daemon, and that witches have the ability to separate from the daemons. As a token of her gratitude, the witch asked Farder Coram to call on her if he ever needed her assistance.

Lyra becomes good friends with a seaman named Jerry, who tells her that the best cure for seasickness is hard work. Soon...

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