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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 3, Chapter 4, He Perceives the Brilliance of the Meadow Summary

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Book 3, Chapter 4, He Perceives the Brilliance of the Meadow Summary

Worcester Meat is ill and dying. Jessie and Milo have been attending to him, but now he wants to die alone in his house. Milo and Dwight Dicks bring Worcester to his house, put him to bed, supply him with food and water. They ask how long it will take to die. Worcester thinks it will be three days. Milo and Dwight promise to check on him after that time. Worcester leaves his house after the second night and walks in a meadow full of beautiful wildflowers. He sees the beauty, which brings tears to his eyes. He dances a few steps and sinks to the ground, serene and refreshed in his soul.

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Worcester dies a proper death for those who...

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