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The Eye of the World - Chapter 39, Weaving of the Web Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 39, Weaving of the Web Summary

Rand looks over the crowd in the streets from the room he shares with Mat. Mat refuses to leave his bed, speaking harshly with Rand. Rand leaves, worrying about his friend. Master Gill finds Rand and tells him a beggar has been inquiring about him and the others by name, particularly about the three boys. Rand leaves the inn and heads out into the city.

Rand has learned that the red and white colored cloth seen everywhere are political statements. The red cloth supports Queen Morgase, while the white blames the Queen and the Aes Sedai for all the recent troubles. He had accidentally supported the Queen by purchasing the cheaper red cloth, and there is far more white seen on the streets than red. Today, however, everyone seems united. The false Dragon arrives today...

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