The Blue Sword - Chapter Eleven and Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven and Chapter Twelve Summary

In Chapter Eleven, the group camps in the hollow, and Corlath explains they are heading to see Luthe and the Lake of Dreams. When asked, Mathin admits that Luthe is a seer. Corlath further explains that the army plans to head to the largest gap in the mountains. Harry asks Corlath about another gap in the mountains, where the Northerners could send a smaller army to come from behind, and notes that if warned, the Outlanders could likely hold the gap. Corlath angrily notes that they were warned. After a brief argument, Harry angrily thinks that Corlath's pride will likely lead to their downfall. The following day, thirty five of the group follow Corlath into the mountains to Luthe's. Harry thinks about the gap near the Outlanders as the group rides into the forest, which...

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