The Other Wind - Chapter 2, Palaces, Pages 81- 113 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Palaces, Pages 81- 113 Summary

The second half of the second chapter, Palaces, begins with Tenar (who used to be the high priestess of Hur-at-Hur) as she think about how angry she might become with King Lebannen. She is angry with the young king that he is so disrespectful to the Kargish princess, not realising as she does that the princess probably had no real power in her own lands because she was a woman. Tenar yearns for her simple home life with Ged and Tehanu when they lived on Gont, but has the creeping suspicion that Tehanu will never be returning to their home again. That night she dreams of her time as the priestess of the Kargish, and how the Karg's believed that every spirit is reborn apart from the people of the Archipelago. Her dreams turn to nightmares as...

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