The Wishsong of Shannara - Chapter III, IV Summary & Analysis

Terry Brooks
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Chapter III, IV Summary

In Chapter III, while Rone retrieves horses for the journey, Jair helps Brin pack. Jair is resentful, because he wants to accompany Allanon, Brin, and Rone. Allanon reminds Jair that he must stay behind to warn and protect his parents. Also, Jair must explain Brin's absence by telling everyone she has gone with Rone to his home in Leah. Jair confesses that he knows where their father hid the Elfstones, and suggests that Brin should take them with her for extra protection. Brin refuses. Jair doesn't understand why Brin is willing to use the wishsong but not the Elfstones, since their father had forbidden both.

After the three travelers depart, Jair goes to his family's inn. He doesn't want to stay home alone, where Wraiths or Gnomes might come looking for Allanon. Jair realizes his father will want to...

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