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The Priory of the Orange Tree - Part II, Chapters 28-32 Summary & Analysis

Samantha Shannon
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Chapter 28 is titled “South.” Loth arrives at Rauca, which is the capital city of Ersyr. He rents a room and cries bitterly for Kit. He prays Chassar has the cure, as Marosa believed. He is woken from a dreamless sleep by someone in a bronze mask moving around in his room.

Chapter 29 is titled “East.” Nayimathun plans to insist that Sulyard be granted an audience with the city official. (Dragons are considered gods, and Nayimathun's petition will carry weight.) Nayimathun will also insist that Susa be released. After that, Nayimathun and Tane plan to go to the Sea General where Tane will confess everything. That night, soldiers arrive and says that the Seiiki chief magistrate wants to see Tane. Instead, the soldiers take her to the jail where she witnesses Susa is executed, despite Tane's objections.

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