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Taran Wanderer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19, The Potter's Wheel, Summary

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Chapter 19, The Potter's Wheel, Summary

Taran arrives at a place called Commot Merin that makes him feel as though he has finally found home. Taran and Gurgi meet a man who is a potter and Taran convinces the man, whom he quickly learns is the artist who made the beautiful wine bowl he saw at Lord Gast's, to take him on as an apprentice. However, this time the work is not terribly difficult but Taran cannot create the beautiful works he sees the potter create. No matter how hard or how long Taran works, he cannot do what he wants. Taran becomes frustrated because he has found the thing he wants to do for his career but finds he cannot do it. Annlaw, the potter, sends Taran on a delivery so that he might clear his head and continue to try.

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