The Horse and His Boy - Study Guide Chapter 7, Aravis in Tashbaan Summary & Analysis

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Shortly after Shasta was taken away, Aravis takes the reigns of both horses and tries to continue the journey herself. However, another royal party comes down the street and Aravis is the one who cannot move quickly enough and ends up in the front of the crowd. The litter contains a girl Aravis knows from parties and such. The girl recognizes Aravis and calls out her name. Afraid of being caught, Aravis jumps onto the girl's litter and closes the curtains, telling the girl to have her servants collect her horses and take her somewhere safe without revealing her identity to anyone. The girl agrees.

The girl is married to a man much like the one Aravis was to marry and his obsessed with her position in society, makeup, parties, and her clothing. Aravis is glad that she ran away since...

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