The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 is a very brief vignette of Grey’s horse, named Dog, bolting suddenly and running quickly enough to make a streak like smoke on the skyline. As quickly as he began, he stops, returns to Grey, and begins to graze again.

Chapter 8 is a return to the myth of the boy-turned-bear, this time from the perspective of an old woman named Koi-ehm-toya who watches the scene from her tipi. She wonders why the eight children are running, and decides that they must be playing, though she scolds them in her mind for so carelessly running along the perimeter of the camp.

Chapter 9 is the story of Grey’s and Dog’s meeting. Dog, then known as Murphy’s Law, belonged to the son of Worcester Meat’s lease man. As soon as Grey saw the horse, she was able to take his measure and she...

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