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Annotation Elantris Chapter 34

Annotation Elantris Chapter 34 Chapter Thirty-four I know it seems like I’m setting Shaor up for a return, but I really don’t intend to bring her back. At least, I didn’t when I wrote this chapter. The truth is, I just didn’t want to write a scene of the madmen returning with the torn up…

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Annotation Elantris Chapter 33

Annotation Elantris Chapter 33 Chapter Thirty-Three (No Hidden Spoilers) Another short, but powerful, Hrathen chapter. This is the head of Hrathen’s character climax for the first half of the book. He has been questioning his own faith ever since he first met Dilaf. It isn’t that he questions the truthfulness of the Derethi religion–he just…

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Annotation Elantris Chapter 31

Annotation Elantris Chapter 31 Chapter Thirty-One: Raoden failed in finding ways to defeat Shaor’s gang on two separate occasions. First, there was the original infiltration with Galladon (in which Raoden hoped to convince Shaor to stop attacking.) This excursion was informative, but not successful. The second failure was in dealing with the wild men who…

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Annotation Elantris Chapter 30

Annotation Elantris Chapter 30 Chapter Thirty (No Hidden Spoilers. Sorry!) And, we finally get to figure out what is going on. As I said, this is one of my favorite triads because of the way it manages to string a cliff-hanger across three separate chapters. I’ve spoken often of how difficult it was, at times,…

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