The Half-Drowned King - Chapters 31 - 33 Summary & Analysis

Linnea Hartsuyker
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Chapters 31, 32 and 33 are all set in Ragnvald's first-person narration. Chapter 31 begins as spring moves closer and tensions between Harald's and Hakon's men grow. On day, Harald and Ragnvald climb the hills above the hall. During this climb, Harald asks Ragnvald for advice but Ragnvald tells him that his uncle's advice is the right path and that making war would help the men not fight each other. Suddenly, Oddi comes running up to the pair and informs them that Heming and Thorbrand are about to duel. Harald, Ragnvald, and Oddi race to the dueling arena that has obviously been set up for a secret duel. Harald orders them both to stop, threatening them with being outlawed if they continue but neither one wants to stop the duel. The duel begins and the pair fight for a few minutes, trading blows. Heming wins the upper...

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