The Crystal Cave - Book 2, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 2 Summary

Merlin gets up and begins running and hiding amongst the brush and rocks. He comes to a walled town. It is very cold and he looks around for places to hide. He has to be careful because of a convey of soldiers. He finds another path to a farm and decides to take it. A dog barks at him as he approaches the house. Merlin then sees a stable and skirts along to reach it. He goes in to a cattle shed to hide. He hears another man approaching. This man has an authority voice of arrogance. The man speaks irritably to the porter about putting his horse up. He leaves his horse in the shed covered with his cloak.

Merlin hears the man walk away and say something like, "And let me in the back where the father won't see...

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