The Crystal Cave - Book 1, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 3 Summary

Cerdic, Moravik's man friend comes to Merlin's aide after finding him in Moravik's room with the cut on his face. He at first thinks it came from a fight with Dinias and offers to teach Merlin a trick or two. Later when he returns with food, he has the full story. He knows it was Merlin's own grandfather who pushed him.

Cerdic begins to prove himself a confidant of Merlin. He dresses Merlin's wound. He tells Merlin to be like a ringdove, by keeping quiet and running away. He believes this will help Merlin survive the treacherous times.

Book 1, Chapter 3 Analysis

Cerdic is introduced as a character that will have impact on Merlin in this chapter. He is shown to have his wits about him and a kindness as well. He tends to Merlin and offers him some support. This chapter...

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