Stardust - Chapter 6, What the Tree Said Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, What the Tree Said Summary

Tristran has a dream where the moon tells him to protect her daughter. Waking to a voice, Tristran discovers that he is being spoken to by a tree. The tree tells him that Pan, the Lord of the Forest, has told her to protect and help Tristran and the star. The tree, formerly a wood nymph tells Tristran that if he had kept the star chained there would be nothing she could do, but as he had freed her he will be given help. The tree reveals three true things. The star is in great danger. The second is that a carriage will be traveling on a near path and Tristran should meet it. The tree then tells Tristran to hold out his hands and a leaf lands in them. The tree tells Tristran to...

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