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The Eye of the World - Chapter 29, Eyes Without Pity Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29, Eyes Without Pity Summary

Perrin and Egwene travel at a swift pace set by Elyas. Elyas grows impatient with them, complaining about how cautiously they must travel around hills and how long it is taking. When they come across a long ridge that would take too long to go around, he has them creep over the top after checking if the way is clear. Perrin joins Elyas when he scouts a ridge top and they see a flock of ravens burst upwards and then as one flies down over the ridge ahead of them. Perrin remembers that ravens are the Dark One's eyes and worries about being spotted. Elyas tells the wolves to start scanning the trees and sky, and tells Perrin he knows a place where they will be safe but they must reach it by dark. They descend and...

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