The Silver Chair - Chapter 16, The Healing of Harms Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16, The Healing of Harms Summary

When Jill wakes the next morning she is in the cave and for a brief moment believes she has been returned to the underland. However, she sees the sun shining through the cave opening and remembers all that happened the night before. A faun comes and tells Jill that they have received word that the king is on his way back and that the prince has already returned to Cair Paravel. Jill and Eustace are to join him by way of centaurs, a great honor, while Puddleglum will remain in the cave until a doctor can tend to his burned foot. After breakfast, Jill and Eustace ride the centaurs to the harbor where they watch Caspian being carried off the ship on a stretcher. It seems Caspian saw Aslan and was told of his son's...

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