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The Magician's Nephew Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 An Unexpected Meeting Summary

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Chapter 13 An Unexpected Meeting Summary

Polly wakes Fledge and Digory with the news that the toffee did grow into a tree. Digory and Polly take turns bathing in the lake, and then they eat fruit from the toffee tree. They set out again. Soon, they see the valley with the lake and the green hill at the end of the lake. Fledge circles, and then lands. The children roll off his back onto the grass. They climb the rest of the way to the top. When they reach the top, they find themselves facing high gates of gold. The place is private, and Fledge and Polly realize that they can't go in.

On the gates are some words:

"Come in by the gold gates or not at all,

Take of my fruit for others or forbear.

For those who steal or those who climb my wall...

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