The Golden Compass - Part 2, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 14 Summary

The Gyptian party stops in order to rest the dogs and prepare for battle. It is too foggy for Scoresby to reconnoiter the area. Suddenly, a volley of arrows cuts through the thick fog and strikes the party; some Gyptians are killed. Lyra hears Iorek put on his armor, then bound into the fog. Moments later, she hears screams, crunching, and tearing.

In the midst of the battle, Lyra is captured; her hands are bound and a hood is placed on her head. She is placed on a sledge and driven away from the battle. Pan, who can see the kidnappers, tells Lyra that they look like Tartars. He also says that he saw Faa get hit by an arrow during the battle.

After some time, Lyra's hood is removed, and a man, who can barely speak English, asks her name...

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