The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 2, A Wayside Adventure Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, A Wayside Adventure Summary

Shasta is too sore to move the next morning when Bree wakes him to continue their journey. Bree convinces him to get up and encourages him to eat his breakfast as well. When Shasta looks inside the stranger's saddle bags for food, he finds not only delicious stores of figs and cheese, but he finds money as well. Shasta and Bree have a discussion over whether they should keep this money and Bree decides that since they are captives in a foreign country, they should look at the money as spoils of captivity. Before they can leave that morning, Bree decides he must have a roll in the grass. Bree asks Shasta if he believes that talking horses in Narnia roll in the grass. Bree is greatly concerned about being able to fit in with the horses...

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