The Horse and His Boy - Study Guide Chapter 9, Across the Desert Summary & Analysis

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After the Tisroc leaves, Aravis has to persuade her friend to continue on their plan to help Aravis escape through the garden gate since her friend is now afraid of being caught. The girl reluctantly agrees, however, and Aravis is able to make it to the Tombs where the servant waits with Bree and Hwin. Aravis sends him back to the city and is relieved when Shasta steps out from behind one of the structures in the Tombs.

Aravis tells Shasta and the horses about the plan she overheard, and they all agree that they must get to Archenland first in order to warn the king. Shasta tells them about the route he heard the raven describe, and they all agree that it is the best way. Bree says the children must walk when the horses walk in order to conserve...

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