The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 11, The Unwelcome Fellow Traveler Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, The Unwelcome Fellow Traveler Summary

Shasta runs for a long time before he comes upon a hunting party. When the members of the party see him, one steps forward and addresses him as Prince Corin, once more mistaking him for the other boy. Shasta quickly corrects the man and asks for King Lune. The man says he is King Lune so Shasta tells him about the attack that is on its way. The king orders a horse for Shasta and leads the party back toward the castle. However, Shasta is not sure how to use the reigns and since this is an ordinary horse, he cannot lead it. Shasta quickly falls to the back of the pack and when a fog falls, Shasta is quickly lost.

At a fork in the road, Shasta pauses to decide which to take. Shasta...

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