Did you find the description of the journey realistic? Why or why not?
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The creature comes up to the TT and laughs, then speaks in a "strange tongue" to two other creatures that have followed him. The TT is led into a great hall with partially-stained windows and exotic fruits resting on stone slabs. They all sit down on cushions, and invite the TT to devour the fruit with them. The TT tries to learn the creatures' language, but they soon lose interest in teaching him. He marvels at their laziness and lack of curiosity. You can read more in the GradeSaver chapter 4 summary below. I think the description is as realistic as the author wants to make it. This is Science-Fiction so it can be as strange as he wants it to be. I think it's splendid!