The Blue Sword - Chapter Nine and Chapter Ten Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Nine and Chapter Ten Summary

In Chapter Nine, the crowd cheers and rushes Harry to congratulate her as the winner of the trials. Many of her opponents come to pay their respects to her reverently, as do the Riders. One woman, Senay, whom Harry noticed as talented at the trials, comes to pay her respects, and Harry takes more time speaking with her. In the morning, the Riders travel to the City of Corlath's castle. Harry is sore, but does not allow it to slow her down. In the City, Harry is in awe of the stone streets, stone houses, and stone walkways. Innath admits he, too, is always surprised at the lack of use of wood in the city, as it is mostly made of stone. Harry is greeted by the people of the City as Laprun-minta, first in...

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