The Horse and His Boy - Study Guide Chapter 12, Shasta in Narnia Summary & Analysis

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At first Shasta believes it was a dream until he sees a large paw print on the ground. The print fills with water and Shasta drinks from it. Then Shasta looks around and realizes he is in Narnia. When he runs into Hedgehog, Shasta tells him what is happening in Archenland. The Hedgehog does not seem interested in helping Shasta, but introduces him to a dwarf ad a stag who are. The Stag runs off, promising to tell the people at Cair Paravel what is happening. Meanwhile, the dwarf takes Shasta home for breakfast, where, after a delicious meal, Shasta falls asleep.

Shasta awakes to the sound of trumpets. King Edmund, Queen Lucy, and an entourage have stopped at the dwarf's cabin on their way to Archenland. Among their entourage is Prince Corin who sees Shasta and is quite happy with...

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