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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 7, He Dances Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 7, He Dances Summary

Lola talks with Dr. Charles Terriman, her cousin, about Set. Set is ill and self-centered, a concept that Lola comes to understand in a very different way than the usual meaning. Set is battling with the forces of good and evil within him, and she cannot do anything to help, even with her understanding of his condition. She writes a letter to him without the intention of mailing it. Part way through, she goes into a stupor and does not move until morning. She goes to sleep without any relief from her suffering.

Book 2, Chapter 7, He Dances Analysis

Lola does not truly understand the struggle between the two entities within Set. Neither is good or evil, but one is more powerful than the other. The bear is more powerful than the old Set, a personality that had begun to fade in...

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