Birthmarked - Chapters 21-28 Summary & Analysis

Caragh M. O'Brien
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Chapters 21-28 Summary

Chapter 21. Happiness. The Jacksons go to bed and leave Gaia and Captain Grey to talk. They talk about their childhoods. Captain Grey seems particularly interested in what Gaia's childhood was like outside the wall. Then he tells Gaia that his childhood was not as happy as it appeared on the movies in the Tvaltar. Mace returns with Masister Khol. Masister Khol agrees to help Gaia, but in such a way that she will not be blamed for anything Gaia might do. The family quickly sets to work to disguise Gaia as a boy and prepare the cart for selling bread in the market.

Chapter 22. The Women of the Southeast Tower. Gaia, dressed as a boy, goes to market with Mace, his son, and Captain Grey, also in disguise. They wait a long time for Masister Khol to finally arrive. Masister Khol...

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