The Ancient Child - Book 1, Chapters 23-25 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 23, Grey goes to the cemetery and lays on Kope’mah’s grave. She listens, and tells the Grandmother that she can hear her. She asks Kope’mah what it is like to be the bear, and whether he knows that he is the bear. She asks whether he has a vision and a song, and whether he can suffer and delight hugely and anciently, with respect and belief.

Chapter 24 begins with Set’s memory of being with his father Cate. They are walking along the wharf together and Set is weaving among the people in the crowd. They come across a shark that has washed up and is dead. Set marvels at the grave beauty of the animal. In his memories, Set is unable to place everything in order. He remembers that one day, suddenly, his father was gone and he was in the...

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