The Golden Goblet - Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7-8 Summary

In chapter seven, the days pass slowly for Ranofer as he becomes adjusted to his work in the stonecutting shop. Ranofer decides the only way to get away from Gebu would be to somehow get a donkey and cut reeds to sell to the shipbuilders. Ranofer hopes this will allow him to build a home of his own and give him the means to become a student under Zau the Master. One afternoon, Ranofer wanders through the city on his lunch hour, as he often does, and finds himself on the Street of the Goldsmiths. Ranofer runs into Heqet. Heqet suggests that they have lunch together every day. Ranofer leads him to a place near the river that is hidden from view among the reeds. Ranofer and Heqet talk about Gebu and his friends, speculating on whom they are robbing now...

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