Redwall - Book 1, The Wall, Chapters 9-16 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Wall, Chapters 9-16 Summary

As Mortimer and Constance consider the bounties of nature that have sustained the Abbey, she worries that Cluny's threat cannot be averted without heroic deeds of old - or a miracle. Matthias has matured overnight. He knows that the defenders cannot show weakness. Wishing that he were young enough to fight, Methuselah tells about Martin being a young, impulsive, natural leader like Matthias. The conversation ends when guards report that an evil-looking rat has sought admittance, claiming injury and seeking help for his comrades, but refused to put down his arms and run away, warning that Cluny is coming. Believing himself invulnerable, Ambrose Spike goes out to invite the woodlanders to sanctuary. With Mortimer's approval, Matthias outlines defense plans and the refugees pledge their special talents. Sentries are mounted. The sounds of birds and insects cease as Cluny's Horde...

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