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The Eye of the World - Chapter 32, Four Kings in Shadow Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32, Four Kings in Shadow Summary

From the start, Rand doesn't like the feel of Four Kings. He suggests moving on but Mat looks at the darkening clouds and argues to stay. They pass three inns with music playing before coming to a silent one, the Dancing Cartman. The innkeeper is a harsh, rough man. They negotiate and come to an agreement, then begin their show. The empty common room is filled before it is fully dark and the rain starts coming down.

The crowd is rowdy and rough, but they enjoy the show. Rand notices the innkeeper eying his sword and the flute he is playing. He warns Mat that the innkeeper is going to try robbing them. They decide they need to stay for their meal and that the innkeeper won't try anything with the room full of people...

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