The Ruins of Gorlan - Chapter 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 Summary

In Chapter 20, the Baron and the knights gather around the young knight who killed the boar and congratulate him. The Baron is upset that he did not get to make the kill, but is happy to congratulate the knight. Will and Horace are both excited from the thrill of the fear of watching the boar charge. This makes their squabbles seem petty. It makes Horace feel bad about his behavior toward Will. As he is about to go and offer his congratulations to the knight, a boar bigger than the previous one, comes running from the shelter of the bushes. The hunters have broken up their circle and Horace and Will are the only ones standing in the boar's way. Horace attempts to stop the boar with his spear, but it slips from his hand. Will shoots arrows at the boar to draw...

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