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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, How the Adventure Ended Summary

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Chapter 7, How the Adventure Ended Summary

Caspian explains to his companions that the arm-ring the dragon is wearing belongs to one of his lords, Lord Octesian. Caspian then asks the dragon if he is Lord Octesian. The dragon shakes his head. Lucy asks if he is a human enchanted to be transformed into a dragon. When the dragon nods his head in the affirmative, Edmund asks if he is Eustace. Now everyone knows what has happened to poor Eustace.

Eustace cannot speak to his friends, so he tries to write his story out on the beach. However, unused to his large body Eustace keeps erasing the words with his tail. Eustace begins to help his friends in a way he was never willing to do before. Eustace flies the sailors over the island so they can see where there is fresh water, food, and supplies...

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