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The Eye of the World - Chapter 33, The Dark Waits Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33, The Dark Waits Summary

Rand and Mat are traveling in a farmer's cart. They are wary of every horseman, every wagon that passes. Rand has just recovered remarkably swiftly from being ill and Mat's eyesight is almost normal again. The cart comes to a stop and the farmer tells them they are two days from Caemlyn. They leave the farmer and start walking.

After escaping the Dancing Cartman, the downpour had forced them to seek shelter soon after leaving Four Kings. Rand dreamed of Gode and Ba'alzamon. His face was scorched and he woke to find it tender as if sunburned. Mat was also dreaming and Rand shook him awake. The rain ceased as dawn broke and they set out again. Rand failed to hear a cart approach, but the farmer merely offered them a ride that they accepted. The farmer...

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