The Crystal Cave - Book 3, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 10 Summary

Merlin is taken down to the walls, which are collapsing again. He leads the King and priests to the old mine adit that he found long ago with Cerdic. He knows as an engineer why the walls are falling but they want magic. He knows he has to give them what they want to save himself. They find the cave entrance and go in. Nothing appears obvious as he shows them the cave. Merlin tells the King he needs to find out whets buried there. Then he has a vision.

Book 3, Chapter 10 Analysis

The mood, tone and setting are tense, dangerous and dark. Merlin uses the wiles of his character to further heighten the suspense. His character is dealing with interpersonal conflict as he tries to figure out how to save himself. The author also shows his character dealing with person-against-person...

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