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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Chapter 9, She Fixes Him in an Evil-eye Stare Summary

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Book 1, Chapter 9, She Fixes Him in an Evil-eye Stare Summary

The narrator describes Grey's horse Dog. Dog is a healthy and powerful four-year-old sorrel stallion that would have been prized as a hunting horse generations before. Dog wakes Grey out of her nap, which causes her to use an evil-eye stare on the horse. She mounts Dog and directs him towards Kope'mah's house.

Grey had been a rodeo star who did Pony Express mounts, barrel races, calf roping, as well as ride bucking horses. During this time she also loses her virginity to Perfecto Atole and meets Dog, whom she decides to control with her will. Grey proclaims herself mayor of Bote, Oklahoma.

Book 1, Chapter 9, She Fixes Him in an Evil-eye Stare Analysis

The communication between horse and human is commonly understood among equestrians. The communication lies somewhere between that with...

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