The Crystal Cave - Book 5, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Book 5, Chapter 8 Summary

Merlin, Ulfin and Jordan wait the storm out, while Uther is with Ygraine. Merlin continues to play his role of Brithael in disguise. He is anxious and wired. as he waits for this night's frolic to end.

While he waits by the fire, Merlin has a vision of Marcia, Ygraine's servant, bringing a baby downstairs. She puts the baby into Merlin's arms. As the vision ends, Merlin looks out at the night, and the clouds part. He looks up at the Lady Ygraine's window. The light is out. He knows that the couple now sleeps.

Book 5, Chapter 8 Analysis

The imagery of the setting is dark and strewn with tension. The minor characters of Ralf, Jordan and Ulfin play their stereotypical roles of loyal servants obeying to the point of madness. The two play out with their characters the person against fate...

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