The Black Cauldron - Chapters 9-10, The Brooch, and The Marshes of Morva Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9-10, The Brooch, and The Marshes of Morva Summary

While Fflewddur and Doli fight the Huntsmen, Taran, Gurgi and Eilonwy manage to get away with Adaon. They stop in a protected glade, and Taran realizes that it is the glade from Adaon's dream. Adaon admits that he knew he would die. He gives Taran his brooch, then dies.

Taran sleeps and dreams of Ellidyr being harmed by a black beast. He then dreams of a river with Fflewddur's harp in it, and of being pursued by a bear and two wolves. He jumps into a pool of water but it turns to dry land under his feet. The bear and wolves jump after him. He wakes up.

Taran decides the three of them should continue the search for the cauldron, so they head out early the...

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