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The Eye of the World - Chapter 52, There is Neither Beginning Nor End Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 52, There is Neither Beginning Nor End Summary

Rand comes to and finds himself lying in the burnt remains of Aginor. The cloth covering his heron-mark sword has been burnt away. He slowly remembers events, and then that Shia'tan, the Dark One, is dead. Rand descends the hill and returns stumbling to the archway. He seeks Egwene and finds the three women together. He tells them the Dark One is dead. Then realization sinks in that he is a male Aes Sedai and will likely go mad like the Dragon. Moiraine demands to be told what happened. When Rand is finished, Moiraine tells him she had her suspicions. She explains that Rand should have accepted the coin without question but he did question her. She tells him about Bela not needing her aide because Rand had already provided it...

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