The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" - Study Guide Chapter 3, The Lone Islands Summary & Analysis

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When they reach the Lone islands, Lucy is excited because she can remember visiting here during her reign as Queen of Narnia. Lucy requests that she be allowed to walk through one of the islands that was mostly deserted during her time. Caspian agrees and orders the boat lowered so that he, Eustace, Edmund, and Reepicheep as well as Lucy can walk across the island. The ship is ordered to meet the party on the other side of the island when Caspian calls to them with his horn.

Once on the island, the group is quite happy, with the exception of Eustace. Halfway across the island the group runs into a collection of rough looking men. These men offer them drinks. Before they can take a drink, however, this collection of men grabs them and puts them in restraints. They are...

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