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The Eye of the World - Chapter 38, Rescue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 38, Rescue Summary

Perrin and Egwene are resting after a day of long travel. He wakes when Byar, the Whitecloak who took his axe and frequently hits Perrin, comes to speak with them. The Whitecloak tells them the prisoners are slowing their travel. The Whitecloak Lord Captain must reach Caemlyn by a specific time but they must also bring Perrin and Egwene before the Council. Byar suggests they might escape and leave the Lord Captain blameless. He drops a sharp stone near Perrin and the boy stalls, trying to think, just as he receives a message of help from the wolves. He can't hide his reaction to the message from Byar and the Whitecloak seems about to reconsider, but Lan appears at that moment and strikes, knocking Byar unconscious. Lan frees Perrin and Egwene, and then leads them out into the dark of the...

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