Seventh Son - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Peggy is resting in the spring house in chapter three. She dreams of water whenever she sleeps in the house, which is full of leaks and dripping water. The floor of the house is wet clay and a stream goes through the middle of the house. The spring house is always cool because of the water and Peggy likes that she is unable to hear people's thoughts in the house.

Peggy wakes up due to the noise the smith is making and thinks about the fact that no one asked her if she minded the smith coming to town. She knew that a smith makes a location prosper so her father's house would become an inn and that eventually the blacksmith would set up near the spring house so he might have a source of water. She does mind the smith's proximity to...

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