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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 24, This Matter of Having No Name Is Perhaps the Center of the Story Summary & Analysis

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Set remembers a time when he almost fell of a wharf. A large black man with a beard and trumpet grabs Set with one huge hand. His father, Cate, catches up and Loki spins out of the black man's grasp. He hears a high peal of laughter from him. Set then sees a small shark and feels that it dies, although it had been inanimate for a time before. He remembers when his father died and Bent adopted him.

Set remembers a story that his father told him. One night a little boy walks into the Piegan, also known as Blackfeet, camp. The tribe members are both afraid and mystified. The little boy talks to them, although in a...

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