A Secret History of Witches - The Book of Ursule Chapter 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Louisa Morgan
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In Chapter 4 of the Book of Ursule the women have taken over all the farm labor because the men died. Still, the aunts insist on observing the Sabbats, despite being weary to the bone. Ursule continues to observe the traditions with them, although she still does not believe and only continues to participate out of loyalty to her mother. After observing the Sabbat of Samhain, Ursule warms some milk in the kitchen instead of going to bed. Her aunt Fleurette comes into the kitchen and tells her, “Spells are not free” (100). Fleurette explains that the cost of calling Michael to her was Nanette’s missing him for the rest of her life. Later, Ursule asks Nanette to tell her the story of Michael, her father, and Nanette finally does. Ursule questions how Nanette could still long for and love...

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