The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" - Chapter 13, The Three Sleepers Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, The Three Sleepers Summary

The sea becomes calm, as does the wind, and the nights warm. The constellations appear to change, adding new stars to their collection. Even the sun seems larger when it rises in the mornings. When they arrive at another island, they have trouble finding a place to anchor their ship and are forced to anchor it far from shore and take the boat to shore. On this island they find a table set for a feast and three men sleeping at its head. The men have been sleeping so long their hair has grown to unidentifiable lengths. Caspian takes a good look at the men and discovers they are the final three lords on his list.

The men are hungry but they are afraid to eat from the feast for fear it is this food that put the men under their...

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