The Golden Compass - Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary

The boys name is Tony Makarios, and his missing daemon, whom he asks about, is Ratter. Lyra leaves the shed, sits in the snow, and sobs with Pantalaimon. However, she regains her composure and calls to Tony, who meekly exits the house, holding the dried fish. The man with the lantern tells Lyra that they must pay for the fish, but Lyra convinces him that the fish is a small sacrifice for the removal of the child. Lyra and Tony hop on Iorek's back, then head toward the Gyptian group. Tony continues to ask for Ratter.

When they arrive in camp, Faa, Coram, and the rest of the Gyptians are disgusted by the sight of the daemon-less child. Lyra convinces them to have pity on Tony, and they welcome him warmly. Before going to bed that evening, Lyra asks Iorek to...

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