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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 10, Her Belief Has Become Absolute Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 10, Her Belief Has Become Absolute Summary

The narrator describes the Washita River and the plains. The description goes back to when the first people arrived on the plains from the arctic, and what they must have felt.

Grey prepares for the time when Set will arrive. With the help of Worchester, she butchers a calf in the old way and eats part of the raw liver to gain strength and clarity of mind. She is now twenty years old and feels that she needs to weave cloth and plant seeds. Jessie asks when Set will come. Grey says that he will come soon, but Jessie suggests that he cannot come due to illness. Their conversation ends with Grey reaffirming that Set will come soon. Grey touches Set's drawing of her great-grandmother and feels his vibrations. She prepares herself for his coming...

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