A Secret History of Witches - The Book of Irene Chapter 6 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Louisa Morgan
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Time passes and Irene’s skin regains its childish pallor. She brushes her hair often and has grown thinner, but she does not work around the farm. The women, however, still observe the sabbaths together. On the night of Mabon, they go into the cellar together. Ursule calls up an image of Sebastien in the stone and then says she wishes she could hear him play. Irene spreads her fingers over the crystal and makes the sound come to them. Ursule then realizes Irene has inherited the power. When they leave the cellar, Ursule sees the fox. Ursule tells Irene the fox is her spirit familiar. “You will be stronger than I, Daughter,” Ursule says (206). “Take care with the craft.” Then she tells her daughter, again, that the craft comes with a price. Irene speaks a spell to the...

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