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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Chapter 8, They Are Too Far Away Summary

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Book 1, Chapter 8, They Are Too Far Away Summary

An old woman, Koi-ehm-toya, peers at children entering the forest near twilight. She counts them but cannot recognize faces because they are too far away. Koi-ehm-toya scolds the children under her breath and wonders what would happen if nobody were to worry.

Book 1, Chapter 8, They Are Too Far Away Analysis

Grey's Native American name is Koi-ehm-toya, but she is a young person while this Koi-ehm-toya is old. She could be Grey in the future or Grey in a past lifetime, or she could be the universal personality of those named Koi-ehm-toya. She is the one who has concern for children, a characteristic of Grey. Grey will have concern for a child too, the child who turns into a bear, or Set in this iteration of the story.

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