The Horse and His Boy - Study Guide Chapter 13, The Fight at Anvard Summary & Analysis

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Prince Corin is successful in his bid to hide from King Edmund until they arrive at the battle. Prince Corin immediately joins the fight, leaving Shasta with no choice but to join as well. Shasta cannot get his sword out of his scabbard and, when he does. it is knocked out of his hands. Shasta is then knocked off his horse where he knocks his knuckles against someone's armor and hides under the horse.

The hermit has a magic pool in which he, and the horses and Aravis watch the battle. When the Narnians arrive, they find the Calormene's trying to knock down the door to the castle with a battering ram. When the Archenlanders see the Narnians and that the Calormene's have turned to fight the Narnians and have abandoned the battering ram, they leave the castle. The...

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