The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 10, The Hermit of the Southern March Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, The Hermit of the Southern March Summary

Shasta and his companions travel for several more hours when they come to the northern bank of the Winding River, which Bree recognizes, they realize they are in Archenland and pause to celebrate for a moment. However, behind them they see a dark cloud rising and realize it is Prince Rabadash and his men entering the gorge. The horses begin to race, attempting to reach King Lune's castle before the prince. Before they have been running for long, they hear a lion approaching them from behind. The horses pick up speed, but it is not enough for Hwin. The lion catches up to her and begins nipping at her hoofs. Then the lion reaches up over Hwin and scratches Aravis's back. Shasta sees this and urges Bree to stop, but Bree...

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