Taggerung: A Tale from Redwall - Study Guide Chapters 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 returns to Sawney's camp, where he is delighted by the young otter. He places his personal blade in the young creature's hands and makes sure he is given the best food available. Grissoul continues to confirm that the young otter is the Taggerung, leading Antigra to brood even more over the rejection of her son.

Back near Redwall Abbey, a comical creature makes his way through the woods. He is a hare called Boorab who wears a belled cap and sings comical songs accompanied by an instrument called a hurdee-gurdee. He meets up with Skipper, the leader of the otters who help defend Redwall, and is shown inside, where he applies to be the official director of music. Cregga the badger recalls that she once knew Boorab's grandfather when they fought together at a place called Salamandastron, where Cregga led an army called the...

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