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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 3, Trees in Shadow Emerge, and a Creeping Figure among the Trees Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 3, Trees in Shadow Emerge, and a Creeping Figure among the Trees Summary

Set calls upon Bent to be a good father. Dreaming has become disturbing to Set. He dreams about childhood and the deaths of Lukie, a dog, and Sesora Archuleta. His visit to Oklahoma disturbs him because he discovered how much darkness there is in the world. Set feels that he is becoming obsessive and neurotic, and that he drinks too much. Brent loses patience with him and tells him that Jason, his agent, is a fool. Set can see this in regards to appreciating art for its own sake, but as an agent Jason is very good at making sales.

Set dreams of a very dark wooded area beyond successive planes of tangled growth. He feels as if he is losing himself, starts...

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