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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 5, Grey Considers Her Appearance Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 5, Grey Considers Her Appearance Summary

Grey looks at herself in a mirror and concludes that she is beautiful. She remembers seeing an old Kiowa doll in a museum that seemed to understand her in a mysterious way and another doll, Navajo, at a trading post. Grey is half Kiowa and half Navajo. Grey is well - read due to the kindness of Miss Penelope Sweetser, a retired third-grade teacher. Grey describes herself, while the narrator brings a more realistic appraisal of her physical attributes. Both agree that she is beautiful.

Book 1, Chapter 5, Grey Considers Her Appearance Analysis

Grey is beautiful. She sees herself as being closer to perfection than an objective observer, the omniscient narrator, but everyone can agree that she is beautiful. Along with this she is very well-read, which accounts for her ability to write well. Thus, the author creates...

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