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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Epilogue Summary

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Epilogue Summary

Koi-ehm-toya's great great grandson becomes a shield maker. He has never been to Tsoai but knows of it. He uses bear claws, eagle wings, human hair and stars on his shields. He dreams about the history of his people. His last dream is about children moving toward a wall of woods. They enter into the darkness of the trees.

Epilogue Analysis

The story goes on, and time is relative. The Epilogue is actually a prologue to a future iteration of the story, as "myth is at the beginning of literature and also at its end" (front matter). The book makes a complete circle with the Epilogue, thus becoming literature that has myth as its beginning and end.

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The Ancient Child from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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