The Crystal Cave - Book 3, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 2 Summary

Merlin crosses the sea again. This time he is a distinguished gentleman. He is still sick the entire way. He and Cadal embark together in his homeland while Marric is to gather what news he can and sail back to Less Britain.

When they land, Merlin buys a broken down horse. They pass his grandfather's house on the way to Galapas's cave. It seemed little had changed. Merlin notes the distance to Galapas cave seemed shorter than before.

Book 3, Chapter 2 Analysis

Merlin's homecoming doesn't get a lot of fan fare. Merlin's returning character is portrayed to have changed in many ways since he was a boy. Merlin also sees and notes the differences in his homeland. The author portrays Merlin's grown up shift in the way he reacts to returning home

The author shows tone, setting and imagery of the town...

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