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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 7, Butterflies Spring from the Grass Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 7, Butterflies Spring from the Grass Summary

A horse named Dog bolts away for some reason and stirs up a swarm of butterflies as it runs. The horse stops and returns to a girl on a hill.

Book 1, Chapter 7, Butterflies Spring from the Grass Analysis

This passage introduces the horse, Dog. The girl on the hill is Grey. Dog is a free spirit that enjoys Grey's companionship very much. His romping and display of horse strength shows his freedom. Dog could make the decision to keep on running, but comes back to the girl on the hill.

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