The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 6, Shasta Among the Tombs Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Shasta Among the Tombs Summary

Shasta runs along the rooftops and slips out of the city. Shasta goes straight to the Tombs and is surprised to find his friends have not arrived yet. Shasta walks among each structure, making sure his friends are truly not there. Finally Shasta accepts he is alone and that it is getting dark. Shasta remembers the rumors that ghouls live in the Tombs and becomes afraid. When a cat appears seemingly out of nowhere, Shasta follows it to a quiet spot on the sand just outside the Tombs. Shasta lies down beside the cat and quickly falls asleep. During the night Shasta hears a sound he has never heard before that pulls him from a deep sleep. The cat is gone. Then Shasta hears a cry in the desert. Shasta is afraid but he does...

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