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The Eye of the World - Chapter 23, Wolfbrother Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23, Wolfbrother Summary

Perrin and Egwene take turns riding Bela at Egwene's insistence. Perrin hunts for game and returns to find Egwene trying to conjure fire with the One Power. She tells him she was able to do it by the river and wants to keep trying, but Perrin persuades her to let him start a fire instead. After that first night, rations are hard to come by. They find no houses or farms, no sign of civilization, and the forest grows thicker around them. At night, Perrin dreams of being chased by Ba'alzamon.

As they walk, Perrin suddenly notices wood smoke and the smell of food. Perrin investigates, moving quietly, and finds a strange man by a campfire. The man calls out to him, inviting him and Egwene to eat, as he hasn't seen them eat much for the last two days. The...

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