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The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, The Very End of the World Summary

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Chapter 16, The Very End of the World Summary

The Sea-people disappear as they continue their journey. The water appears to grow shallower the further they travel and something white appears ahead. Drinian sends a party to investigate the white objects, as he is afraid they might be ice. Instead it turns out to be lilies. Not only this, but they also discover that the current is only in the center of the sea. If they move to either side, they will be in a calm sea that will enable them to turn around and go back to Ramandu's island. Day after day the water becomes shallower until they finally have to anchor the Dawn Treader. Reepicheep has decided now is the time for him to take his small boat and continue on his own. Caspian announces that he too wishes to continue on...

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