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Taran Wanderer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17, The Weir, Summary

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Chapter 17, The Weir, Summary

Taran goes with the farmer, Llonio, down to the river to check his nets and finds that Llonio has set up a sort of dam to catch things that float down the river. Today, Llonio has caught a broken horse bridle that any other man would see as useless, but Llonio finds miraculous. Llonio explains to Taran that it is not so much luck that sustains his family, but an ability to be open to possibilities and to find uses for things others might see as trash. The next day Llonio and Taran find a bag of wheat that they take back to the farm to grind and make bread out of. Taran finds the family's mill bulky and hard to use, so he finds several rocks and makes a much better mill for the family that is much easier to use. Taran...

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