On Fortune's Wheel - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Torson leads the captives through an open gateway. Ker follows behind. They are chained together. None except Yul still wear manacles. The slave market is like a fenced farmyard. Two craftsmen bargain for Orien. They will share him as an apprentice. At least it is better than being sold into the mines, where his face would be cruelly branded. Few men survive long in the mines, and none had ever escaped.

A middle-aged man of medium height bargains successfully for Birle. Birle does not like the way the man looks at her. Just as they are about to leave, an older man walks up. He is stooped and has gray hair. He offers the middle-aged man a gold coin in addition to the price that he has paid for Birle. The man agrees. Just before leaving, the older man mentions Corbel told him to buy a housekeeper...

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