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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 1, In the Hold of Such Events There Is Little to Be Said Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 1, In the Hold of Such Events There Is Little to Be Said Summary

The sisters who ran away from their brother who turned into a bear are never seen again. The people do not know what to say or do. They see the stars in the sky, the Big Dipper, Ursa Major, and then a four-day storm rolls in, blocking out the stars. The people go on as if nothing had happened, except for one old woman who mourns by cutting two fingers off her left hand.

Book 2, Chapter 1, In the Hold of Such Events There Is Little to Be Said Analysis

Book Two begins by fleshing out the myth that begins the novel. The children's people see that the Big Dipper is now in the sky, but they do not know what happened...

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