Taran Wanderer - Study Guide Chapter 16, Taran Wanderer, Summary & Analysis

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Taran wakes after having suffered a fever from his wounds and finds that Fflewddur has returned to his side. Fflewddur tells Taran that Craddoc was not his father, but Taran already knows. Fflewddur also tells Taran that despite the Fair Folk's help, Craddoc has died. Taran is sad and angered, ashamed for his thoughts of leaving Craddoc and disappointed that his only opportunity of emergency rescue was wasted on a rescue that did not have a good outcome.

Taran and his friends stay the winter at Craddoc's place and then Taran and Gurgi decide to move on while Fflewddur returns to his own kingdom. Taran has decided he no longer wants to find his parents because his reaction to Craddoc's lies was less than honorable and does not want to cause pain to his real parents if their station in life is similar...

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