The Crystal Cave - Book 3, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 11 Summary

Merlin wakes up in bed with Cadal standing beside him. Cadal tells him that King Votigern's court is afraid of him after his vision. Merlin doesn't remember this vision. Cadal tells him that Berric, the torch barer, has told him about it. He says Merlin spoke of eagles, lions, dragons and such. Merlin finds out that the Kings men had been draining the conduit. Merlin is being called the Kings Prophet and he decides to play the part.

Book 3, Chapter 11 Analysis

Merlin's character has survived the conflict again. He is tended by Cadal with common sense and loyalty just as Cerdic has attended him in the past. In Merlin's life, it is shown that his servants are the faithful ones, and those in the court are treacherous. Merlin's character's ability has the gift of 'sight.' That motif is presented here...

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