The Other Wind - Chapter 1, Mending the Green Pitcher, Pages 35-55 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1, Mending the Green Pitcher, Pages 35-55 Summary

After Alder's story in the previous section Ged Sparrowhawk considers everything that he has heard, and tells Alder that he was right to seek his counsel. Alder is confused at what us happening to him, and cannot understand how the dead still want him (when they are supposed to be beyond feelings). Ged informs him that once, when he was a mage he understood the world as the Master Summoner does; thinking that there must be some sort of great magic afoot - but now that he has lived without his powers for many years he understands things the way that the Patterner does - that there are natural things such as love and death and longing which are stronger than even the greatest magic. He does not know what is...

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