The Silver Chair - Chapter 5, Puddleglum Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, Puddleglum Summary

The children are taken on a long flight with the owls and are put inside a hut where they instantly fall to sleep. The next morning when they wake they go looking for their host. They find a funny looking creature that is something between a frog and a man. The stranger instantly apologizes for their inability to get some sleep and announces he will be making a stew for them that they will probably not like. After the children light a fire in the hut, the stranger comes in with a handful of eels with which to make their stew.

The stranger tells the children he is a marsh-wiggle and his name is Puddleglum. Jill asks Puddleglum how they should begin their search for the prince and Puddleglum tells them they should go north toward Ettinsmoor, a place inhabited by...

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