Children of Eden: A Nove - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Joey Graceffa
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In Chapter 4, Rowan hates that she feels powerless and decides to “be in charge of my own destiny. For one night at least” (Location 392). Rowan climbs the wall and watches as people walk through the city. The streets light up as they walk, part of being a legitimate member of Eden's society. Rowan starts down the outer wall and changes her mind. She cannot climb back up. When she makes it to the ground, she finds herself walking away from home. She is surprised that no members of Eden's police force, the Greenshirts, rush to arrest her. She keeps her eyes hidden and walks with a crowd to hide the fact that the streets do not light up for her. A boy greets her, but she does not respond. She is increasingly anxious, but continues to walk, eventually hiding in an alley to...

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