Among Others - Pages 41 through 71 Summary & Analysis

Jo Walton
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Pages 41 through 71 Summary

Morwenna has befriended a girl named Sharon, a Jew, and Deirdre, an Irish girl. They are all "different" and so they have a bond.

Morwenna receives another letter from her mother. This one contains a photograph of herself and her twin sister, except that Morwenna's image has been literally burned from the photo. Morwenna treasures the photo only because it gives her an image of her sister to cherish, which she didn't have.

Morwenna describes the fairies she used to play and converse with in her earlier years. They spoke Welsh, didn't have names, and they often didn't have human bodies, sometimes blending in seamlessly with bark or leaves or other natural structures.

Morwenna next explains her complex family history, going back a couple of generations. Morwenna explains to the reader that it isn't important for the reader to remember the...

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