The Other Wind - Chapter 4, Dolphin, Pages 180 - 204 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Dolphin, Pages 180 - 204 Summary

The second half of Chapter Four, Dolphin, concerns itself with the events that start to fall into place whilst on board the vessel as it sails towards Roke island with its band of adventurers.

It begins with Seserakh sitting in the cabin she shares with the other women on board (Tenar, Tehanu and Irian) as she starts to fear feeling seasick. Being an in-lander in a desert country, the High priestess has never travelled or even seen the sea until she was sent to become King Lebannen's wife. She turns to Tenar for help, who scolds her, saying that she is not sick yet (for the sea is calm), but is merely afraid, and that she should take the air above decks and try to have some courage. The High Priestess takes her advice and seats herself...

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