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Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea Chapter Summary & Analysis - Bettering and Worsening Summary

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Bettering and Worsening Summary

Ged is in bad shape and does not wake the first few days at Ogion's house. Moss treats him for starvation, warning Tenar that he might not survive. Moss also tells Tenar that Ged is not the same, that his magic is gone. Tenar asks Moss how someone might know that another person has power upon meeting them. Moss gives Tenar an explanation that is difficult to understand, but boils down to one knows another. Moss also tells Tenar that men are selfish and only see themselves and what is best for themselves. Ged wakes a few days later. Tenar talks to him and tries to learn how he came to be so sick, but Ged refuses to answer many of her questions. However, Tenar does tell her that there is a new king at Havnor. This reminds Tenar of the day she...

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