A Discovery of Witches - Chapters 23-27 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Harkness
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In Chapter 23, Diana sits down and begins to cry. The tears collect into puddles and the water begins to rise around her. She is seeing Matthew's past more clearly, realizing his “past was not composed simply of homely elements or firelight, wine, and books” (289). Domenico scared her and she is tired, and she decides to give in to the water. The water flows until Diana hears Ysabeau singing. The voice calms her and she stops crying. Marthe and Ysabeau agree to take Diana to Matthew's room where she will feel more at ease. They help her into a warm bath, saying Matthew will be angry if she become ill. After she eats and warms up, Ysabeau says she has not seen a with with the power to call on that much witchwater in a long time. Most modern-day witches can only manipulate water...

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