The Blue Sword - Chapter Three and Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three and Chapter Four Summary

Corlath leaves the Residency, angry at the Outlanders for being so difficult to work with. He fights to contain his magic, or kelar, and remembers that his father once told him their kelar was useful in battle, but often a curse otherwise. He mentioned that Luthe's blood is more pure, so his kelar is more useful. Corlath notes that his own seems to be repeatedly showing him the young woman of the Residency. He wonders about the girl's strength and nearly believes her to possess kelar, except that no Outlander has the Gift.

Back at the Residency, Harry, her guests, and the men of the meeting discuss the situation. Jack admits he tried to smooth things over in the end of the meeting with Corlath by asking to be friends in the Old Tongue. Jack...

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