The Blue Sword - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, Senay, Terim, and Harry ride toward Jack Dedham's residence, where Harry plans to ask for the Outlander's help. She rides with a white flag, signaling peace, but when they arrive at the gate, it is closed. Harry hears the voice of Tom Lloyd; however, the guard on duty still refuses her access. With a leap, Harry and Sungold jump ovrer the top of the gate, surprising everyone. Jack Dedham, hearing the commotion, comes running and recognizes Harry immediately. Tom realizes the young girl he fancied is gone, replaced by this woman of the Hills.

As Jack speaks of the effort to find her following her disappearance, Harry realizes she has lost her sash. Shame fills her, but Jack sees pain on her face, and offers food and rest. When Harry asks about her companions, he graciously receives them...

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