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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14, The Beginning of the End of the World Summary

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Chapter 14, The Beginning of the End of the World Summary

The old man comes out of the door in the hillside and joins his daughter at the table. The old man ignores the travelers and instead holds out his arms to the sky and began to recite a song. Soon a group of birds comes, one of them feeding the old man some sort of berry, and begin to take the feast from the table. Then the old man acknowledges his guests. Caspian asks the old man how to wake the three sleepers and he tells Caspian that they must sail to the end of the world and leave a member of their party there. Caspian asks how far it is to the end of the earth and the old man says he cannot tell them what they need to know...

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