The Blue Sword - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two Summary

In Chapter Two, Harry is told by Amelia to bring her friends to lunch. As she rides to meet them, she wonders about what King Corlath will look like. In the heat of the desert, Harry thinks about the forests and jungles of Home, where she grew up. She realizes she is no longer homesick and has come to like the desert, although others repeatedly discuss their hatred of it. Those who have lived in Istan all their lives are accustomed to it, and some, such as Beth and Cassie's father, actually like the area. Harry discovered, at a dinner party, that Jack also enjoyed the desert. With the conversation, Jack learned Harry was a strong, mischievous woman, and he finds he enjoys her wit and charm.

As Beth and Cassie join her, the group speaks of the coming of the...

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