The Crystal Cave - Book 2, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 7 Summary

Merlin and Cadal ride out into the forest. On the way back Merlin falls off the pony and injures his ankle. His pony Aster is lame. They began to go slowly back home with the injured pony.

Book 2, Chapter 7 Analysis

Merlin's character shows the insistence in his character to do what he wants. This has led to an accident of sorts. The 'sight' a reoccurring symbol occurs and Merlin sees the pony up ahead on the road after it ran off after the accident.

The imagery of the scenery is good and gives a sense of the wildness of the place. The author introduces more of the setting around Ambrosius's keep. It is described as being pretty well guarded and kept safe by Ambrosius's men. The tone is one of held in excitement for something Merlin senses. The mood intensifies.

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