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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 3, She Is Beautiful in Her Whole Being Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 3, She Is Beautiful in Her Whole Being Summary

Grey changes while she stays with her family. Set notices the changes and decides that she has transformed from a beautiful girl to an even more beautiful woman. It becomes clear to him that they belong to each other.

Set takes up running. This builds his strength, as he draws closer to the Navajo land and nature. He also learns the language enough to carry on simple conversations. Lela talks with him about being Kiowa and having strong medicine, the bear. She asks if his intention is to marry Grey. Set says that he does not know but that he is thinking about it. Lela asks if he wants to marry Grey, and Set agrees that he does. He also agrees that he has been and is sick, but that his...

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