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The Eye of the World - Chapter 15, Strangers and Friends Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15, Strangers and Friends Summary

Rand wakes to discover the other beds are empty. He is angry that no one woke him. He dresses and decides to take his sword with him, following Lan's example of wearing it at all times. Rand descends from the room and finds Master Fitch having an argument with his cook over her cat. Fitch leaves the cook to her work and she offers Rand some food. She explains the argument was over the discovery of over a dozen rats, their backs all broken. Rand decides that he has to talk to someone and hastily eats his food.

Thom is in the common room telling a tale to a crowd of people. Rand does not want to talk to Moiraine, so he leaves in search of the others. He finds Perrin still in bed in the other...

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