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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2, On Board the Dawn Treader Summary

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Chapter 2, On Board the Dawn Treader Summary

When Lucy goes back on deck after changing her clothes, she finds Edmund and Caspian talking. Eustace is seasick and is in bed. Caspian tells them that it has been three Narnian years since their last visit. Caspian says things could not be better in Narnia and that he is on this journey to find seven lords who were loyal to his father. These lords were sent to explore the Eastern Seas by Miraz and never returned. Caspian intends to find them and avenge their deaths, if necessary.

It is rumored that Aslan lives at the end of the world, in the Eastern Seas, where they are going. Reepicheep agreed to go on this adventure because he has been told a rhyme since he was a small child of how he will go where the ocean turns...

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