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On Fortune's Wheel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

The next day the boat drifts through a dense fog. Birle thinks they must be at sea by now, and wishes she could see the sun to get her bearings. Soon, they hear the sound of oars and two men bickering nearby in the fog. The two are thugs, discussing their recent robbery of a gentleman. Birle wants to go back, bur Orien promises to protect her. The two hide in the bottom of the boat, covered by their cloaks. Exhausted, Birle falls asleep there.

When Birle awakes, the fog is still dense, but they seem to be far out at sea. Orien realizes that Birle can read the notations on the map. Under his questioning, she admits that she reads and writes well. When Birle presses him again about his reason for fleeing, Orien only asks "How many just Lords can rule before the land goes...

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