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The Ancient Child - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 25, The Bear Comes Forth Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 25, The Bear Comes Forth Summary

The blanket that Grey has given Set is a medicine bundle. It has a tremendous affect on Set. He sees visions and the bear comes forth.

Book 1, Chapter 25, The Bear Comes Forth Analysis

The final passage of Book One is about change and power. Its title, Planes, is an allusion to how an artist builds a painting, where first the artist lays planes of color and texture down on the canvas as its foundation. By accepting the bear medicine bundle, the final plane is in place and the foundation completed for Set's metamorphosis.

The passage lists the planes that have been set down. Set feels the perturbation from the bear medicine bundle. The medicine bundle is warm and smokes. People dance. A deranged boy watches. Kope'mah comes into Grey's body. Fish die. The bear comes forth.

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