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The Horse and His Boy - Chapter 3, At the Gates of Tashbaan Summary & Analysis
Shasta made it to Narnia and runs into a Talking Hedgehog and tells him not her, random people are never usually a her in such androcentric stories the news of the attack at Anvard and that King Lune needs help. A bunch more Talking Animals show up all male who also get the news. Finally a stag not a doe runs the news to Cair Paravel so they can mount an army licky split. A few dwarves all male see that Shasta is starving and serve him breakfast. Bread I assume, and what is toast but bread!
The Horse and His Boy is a novel for children by C. Lewis , published by Geoffrey Bles in The novel is set in the period covered by the last chapter of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe during the reign of the four Pevensie children as Kings and Queens of Narnia. Though three of the Pevensies appear as minor characters in The Horse and His Boy , the main characters are two children and two talking horses who escape from Calormen and travel north into Narnia. On their journey, they learn of the Prince of Calormen's plan to attack Archenland ; they then warn the King of Archenland of the impending strike. A boy named Shasta overhears Arsheesh the fisherman negotiating to sell him to a powerful Calormene feudal nobleman. He is relieved to discover that Arsheesh is not his real father, since there was little love between them.
Frome for Geoffrey Bles Ltd. This is the story of an adventure that happened in Narnia and Calormen and the lands between, in the Golden Age when Peter was High King in Narnia and his brother and his two sisters were King and Queens under him. In those days, far south in Calormen on a little creek of the sea, there lived a poor fisherman called Arsheesh, and with him there lived a boy who called him Father. The boy's name was Shasta. On most days Arsheesh went out in his boat to fish in the morning, and in the afternoon he harnessed his donkey to a cart and loaded the cart with fish and went a mile or so southward to the village to sell it. If it had sold well he would come home in a moderately good temper and say nothing to Shasta, but if it had sold badly he would find fault with him and perhaps beat him.
Chapter One - How Shasta Set Out On his Travels. Summary. Chapter Two - A Wayside Adventure. Chapter Three - At the Gates of Tashbaan. Chapter Four.
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The Horse and His Boy Summary
Lewis published in the s. This beautifully written novel follows the adventures of a young boy and his talking horse as they travel from the desert lands of Calormen to the beauty and magic of Narnia. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia have been highly praised in the fifty years since their inception and any reader of The Horse and His Boy can understand why. Shasta is a young boy who lives with a fisherman he calls father. Shasta has never been outside