The Other Wind - Chapter 2, Palaces, Pages 57- 81 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Palaces, Pages 57- 81 Summary

In the second chapter of The Other Wind, Alder the sorcerer is put on another boat leaving Gont port to travel to Havnor to see the King, Ged's wife Tenar and the dragon-girl Tehanu.

His journey this time is filled with a mixture of hope and trepidation as his new companion, the kitten Tug keeps him company and keeps him from dreaming about the lands of the dead. When the fishing boat finally docks at Havnor Great Boat Alder reveals that Ged has given him a letter bearing the Rune of Peace, which gives him admittance to see the king.

Alder goes through many courtiers, ambassadors and guards on his way through the great Palace, looked at and inspected before finally reaching the young King Lebannen, who greets him alone in a simple room. There King Lebannen...

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