The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" - Chapter 4, What Caspian Did There Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, What Caspian Did There Summary

When Caspian and his men march into the capitol city they find a large crowd waiting for them, thanks to the messenger the lord sent the night before. The people begin to line the street to see Caspian, most of them unsure of what is happening but glad for it just the same. At the governor's house, Caspian is denied entry by the page, who is messy and unprofessional. Lord Bern moves the man aside and pushes open the gates to where Caspian confronts the members of his army who are stationed here. The captain of the guard is smart enough to be a little ashamed and greets Caspian as a king should be greeted.

Inside the house, the governor does not give Caspian the respect due a king. The governor believes he is more powerful than the king...

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