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The Amber Spyglass Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-One, The Harpies Summary

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Chapter Twenty-One, The Harpies Summary

The Gallivespians, Lyra, Will, and Lyra's death set out for the harbor. Salmakia tells Lyra that she does not have to go through with this, and Lyra realizes what a fine person Salmakia is. Lyra is nearly overwhelmed with emotion, but insists they go through with their plan. On the way, they see an injured frog and Tialys says it would be kinder to kill it. Will refuses. He is tired of killing and the frog seems to want to live.

They arrive at the shore of a scummy body of water, in morning light that seems more like dusk. A boat comes to them, a battered old boat with an old boatman at the oar. Will gets in and then Lyra tries, but the boatman tells her that Pan must be left on the shore. The seriousness of what they...

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