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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4, Chapter 2, An Awful Quiet Is in His Heart Summary

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Book 4, Chapter 2, An Awful Quiet Is in His Heart Summary

Set goes to Tsoai, the Devil's Tower, seeking his vision. He camps for four days without food and only tea to drink. He thinks of Grey and their child growing within her womb, now five months along. His vision comes to him as the boy who turns into the bear, and he sees his sisters. He chases after them and calls out, but now he has the voice of a bear. He can no longer recognize the sisters, and they run away. Set feels a very much alone. He moves on.

Book 4, Chapter 2, An Awful Quiet Is in His Heart Analysis

Set becomes an adult Native American warrior by seeking and finding his vision. He lives his vision while missing his family, but he knows that this is a necessary part...

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