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Taran Wanderer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14, The End of Summer, Summary

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Chapter 14, The End of Summer, Summary

The next morning, still reeling from Craddoc's confession, Taran takes Fflewddur aside and tells him to go to Dallben and find out if Craddoc's story is true and then to go to the princess and tell her that he can never see her again since it would not be proper for a princess to marry a shepherd's son. Taran wants Gurgi to go as well, but Gurgi refuses both because he wants to continue to serve Taran and because he likes the sheep. Taran then spends the rest of the summer working hard around Craddoc's property, fixing up the buildings, clearing the brambles, and caring for the sheep. The whole time Craddoc tells him stories of how he has fought for many years to keep his property and how much it means to him. Taran wants to love Craddoc...

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