The Silver Chair - Chapter 2, Jill is Given a Task Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Jill is Given a Task Summary

Jill watches as the creature, a large lion, continues to blow Eustace away from them. The lion then moves away, leaving Jill alone to mourn her friend. After another good cry, Jill wonders around the mountaintop exploring her surroundings. Jill finds a little stream and realizes she is very thirsty. She would like to drink except the lion is sitting there and Jill is afraid he wants to eat her. After asking the lion to move on so she can drink and getting a terse response, Jill takes a drink. Then the lion calls her to him and insists she tell him what happened to Eustace.

The lion tells Jill that he called her and Eustace to him for a reason and that she needed to memorize four signs in order to perform...

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