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The Eye of the World - Chapter 50, Meetings at the Eye Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 50, Meetings at the Eye Summary

Though Perrin and Rand are unsettled by the Green Man's greetings, everyone begins to feel at ease in the luscious land. The Green Man tends to the land as they walk, leading them to a hill with an arched opening in its side. The archway bears the symbol of the Aes Sedai. The Green Man tells he was there when it was created by a hundred Aes Sedai, both men and women, during the Breaking of the World. He explains that the greatest works of Aes Sedai were always performed by both men and women working together, joining the two halves of the True Source. The Aes Sedai died to make the Eye pure, leaving the Green Man to guard it though it was not his purpose.

Moiraine leads them down the dark corridor towards...

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