The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 4, Shasta Falls in with the Narnians Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Shasta Falls in with the Narnians Summary

When Shasta and his companions enter the city gates, Aravis becomes sad, because she should be entering the gates on a litter like a girl of her stature deserves. Shasta thinks she is being melodramatic. Inside the gates, a guard calls out to them, suggesting that Shasta's master will be mad when he learns Shasta used a saddle horse as a pack horse. Shasta had been afraid they would not be able to mask Bree's status as a warhorse and he was right. However, it seems Bree will pass as a lesser horse, so they should be okay.

Bree leads the way through the city streets even though Shasta pretends to be leading. The streets are dirty and crowded and whenever a person of prestige wants to pass, everyone must squeeze...

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