Among Others - Pages 98 through 124 Summary & Analysis

Jo Walton
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Pages 98 through 124 Summary

The Arlinghurst school has a bonfire, and Morwenna sees fire fairies dancing in the flames. Morwenna explains that people stop seeing fairies when they stop believing in them, and she has never stopped believing. Morwenna explains how her cousin, Geraint, sadly stopped believing in fairies and became interested in football after a certain age. Morwenna receives correspondence from her grandfather Sam about whether she had read Plato yet.

There's a poetry competition at school, a nationwide contest. The best hundred poem writers will be published in a book, received a hundred pounds, and win a typewriter. Everyone in school thinks Morwenna will win the competition. However, Morwenna is not hardly familiar with modern poetry. She writes her friend Deirdre's poem, and then writes a modern poem herself, but is not pleased with it.

Morwenna explains that her favorite series of all...

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