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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 11, There Is a Giving Over, a Reconciliation, a Benediction Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 11, There Is a Giving Over, a Reconciliation, a Benediction Summary

Grey rides Dog along the south boundary of the Mottledmare land as a rainstorm begins. She turns toward the Mottledmare house and sees a car approaching. The car stops in front of the house, and two people emerge. They are Set and Lola. Grey sees a vision of a group of Native Americans on horseback. She rides over to them and talks briefly to one. She turns away, and looking back, the vision is gone. The full force of the storm is upon her. She lets Dog go to the barn while she sits out the storm in the lean-to. When the storm lets up, she enters the house.

Set has lost a great deal of weight. Lola has no idea on what to say or do...

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