The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 14, How Bree Became a Wiser Horse Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, How Bree Became a Wiser Horse Summary

Back at the hermit's home, Hwin is anxious to move on to Narnia. Aravis is also anxious to go, wishing to see Shasta and say their goodbyes. Bree however is still reluctant to move on and Hwin guesses it is because his tail has not grown out after the cut Aravis and Shasta gave it. Bree makes a comment about a lion and Hwin asks why. Bree tells her about Aslan and as they discussing him, Aslan appears.

Aslan tells Aravis that he injured her during their run to the hermit's garden, because she caused a servant girl in her father's house to be beaten. Aslan wanted her to feel the pain that girl felt. Then Aslan leaves again as a messenger comes to the gate to announce Prince Cor of...

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