The Other Wind - Chapter 3, The Dragon Council, Pages 113 - 135 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, The Dragon Council, Pages 113 - 135 Summary

In the first half of The Dragon's Council, Tenar is watching the Dolphin sail off with Lebannen and her adopted daughter Tehanu. Tenar is upset and distressed, even though Tehanu is not her real daughter she is still scared for her safety and that night dreams of all people she has loved. Ged she sees as a hawk-headed man in the Tombs she used to manage, trapped and unable to fly, Tehanu she sees as a vulnerable child underneath a coil of dragons burning towards her from the sky.

The very next day the sense of loneliness surrounds Tenar as she is struck by her own isolation at court. She decides that she will go that day to the Kargish princess, the only other woman at court who is more isolated and distrusted...

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