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The Eye of the World - Chapter 6, The Westwood Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, The Westwood Summary

Rand dresses Tam's wound and puts him on the litter he has built. Tam is delirious with fever and starts rambling. Rand is concerned about being overheard by the Trollocs and urges his father to be quiet.

Rand drags the litter, aware that there is nothing he can do about the furrow drawing a trail behind them. His urgency leads him to initially choose to travel along the road despite the greater risk, but the road feels too exposed. Rand drags Tam back to the trees, and then heads towards Emond's Field, keeping the road in sight to guide him. As they travel, Tam starts mumbling deliriously and talks of battle. Rand stops him at the sound of movement along the road, and then a double column of Trollocs led by the cloaked horseman appears from the direction of...

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