The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 8, In the House of the Tisroc Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, In the House of the Tisroc Summary

As Aravis listens, the prince begins to tell his father how Queen Susan has left and embarrassed him and how he plans to get her back. Prince Rabadash wants to go to war against Narnia but his father will not allow it. The Grand Vizier attempts to offer some advice through poetry, but the prince kicks him to keep him quiet. The Tisroc does express a desire to conquer Narnia since the idea of a free country so close to his own is unsettling. However, the Tisroc does not feel that a war could be waged successfully at this time. The prince comes up with an idea that could be helpful. The prince says that he could go to Archenland and wage a surprise attack on King Lune. Then he will...

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