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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Chapter 2, Somewhere a Raven Calls Summary

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Book 1, Chapter 2, Somewhere a Raven Calls Summary

The boy who turns into a bear from the Prologue takes breaths that feel irresistibly wild, as he takes a rest during the chase after his sisters. The sisters stop as well and look at him with great fear and disbelief, yet with love and wonderment too. The sisters begin to run again and the boy - turned - bear continues the chase.

Book 1, Chapter 2, Somewhere a Raven Calls Analysis

The boy in the myth is quickly transforming from a human into a bear. He runs after his sisters because he wishes to be back with them. This is his human side. His breaths feel irresistible, hinting that his transformation is also irresistible. The wild feeling in his breathing is his bear side. The sisters still love his boy side but fear his bear side. Yet the...

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