Artemis Fowl - Chapter 4, Abduction Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Abduction Summary

Artemis's main problem is how to find a leprechaun. He tells Juliet and Butler about how every fairy must complete certain rituals to renew their magic. He reads from the Book:

"From the earth thine power flows,

Given through courtesy, so thanks are owed.

Pluck thou the magick seed,

Where full moon, ancient oak and twisted water meet.

And bury it far from where it was found,

So return your gift into the ground" (pg. 89).

Artemis thinks that they can use these rituals to track a leprechaun down. He has run a cross reference through the weather satellites, where ancient oaks are left, and where there is a river bend. He finds one hundred and twenty nine sites in Ireland. He asks Juliet to prepare the cellar. Artemis explains to Butler that they couldn't have used the fairy they got the...

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