Prince Caspian - Chapter 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13-15 Summary

As chapter thirteen begins, Prince Caspian and Peter are discussing their options in regards to King Miraz. Miraz's troops are superior to the Narnian troops, so Peter dictates a letter to King Miraz with a challenge of single combat between Peter and Miraz to decide the winner of the war. Peter isn't sure if he can win or not, but knows that they have to do something to stave off the battle until Aslan gets ready with whatever he is doing. To send the challenge, Edmund goes with the giant and a centaur. When they reach Miraz's camp there are two of Miraz's supporters that look at Edmund and comment on the fact that Edmund is much kinglier than Miraz. The two supporters, Glozell and Sopespian, decide that it must be a challenge that is being brought and decide to trick...

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