Haroun and the Sea of Stories - Study Guide Chapter 6, The Spy's Story Summary & Analysis

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The Guppees are outraged, seeing two Earthlings in nightshirt among them. Racing to the balcony, Haroun shouts that his father is guilty only of losing the gift of gab. Rashid is mortified. A Page, Blabbermouth escorts Haroun and Iff to the Throne Room, where Rashid tells his story of being transported by food-induced "Rapture," aiming for Gup, but landing in the freezing Twilight Strip. He sees the black-tented Chupwala Army encampment, silent under Khattam-Shud's Silence Laws. Rashid flees, find Chattergy's Wall in bad repair, and sees Batcheat and her handmaidens trying to touch it when the Chupwalas jump out and carry them away. In camp, Rashid overhears that at the Great Feast of Bezaban Batcheat's lips are to be sewn shut, she is to be renamed "Princess Khamosh" (silent), and sacrificed. Bolo issues a call to arms.

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