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The Golden Fool Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter XXVII, Spring Sailing; Epilogue Summary

Robin Hobb
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Chapter XXVII, Spring Sailing; Epilogue Summary

In Chapter XXVII, Spring Sailing, everyone buzzes about the Prince's quest. The coterie minus Lord Golden will accompany Dutiful. Civil will go too. Web teaches Dutiful, Civil and Swift about Old Blood ways. Swift is a page now. The Queen announces she will welcome the Witted in her court. Nettle is angry at Tom in his dreams. He hears the menacing, foreign voice again. Golden plans to accompany Dutiful on his quest. Chade lets Golden think he is going because otherwise Golden will plan to get there anyway. Golden is rich so it can be arranged. Tom realizes the coterie will be broken without Golden. Chade alludes to asking Nettle. Tom will fight with axe, something at which Tom is good. Chade says Tom must take care of Swift.

Tom apologizes to Golden and says he misses him. Golden...

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