The Blue Sword - Chapter Fourteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fourteen Summary

In Chapter Fourteen, Harry wake, and asks for a belt to replace her lost sash. After breakfast, two dozen Outlander soldiers follow Harry into the Hills. When it is announced they are heading to Senay's village, Jack notes that the Outlanders may not be welcome, but Senay, surprised, replies that they are comrades. Senay also notes that they are similar, too, in that they all follow Harry. At Senay's village, the group is warmly welcomed. The rest of the group is led to a meeting hall to eat and stable the horses, while Jack, Senay, Terim, and Harry are led inside the home of the local leader, Senay's father. After a meal and sleep, the army rides out again with sixteen more riders from the village. Jack points out, as he and Harry talk, that Ritger's gap is very narrow and...

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