Dreams Made Flesh - Weaver of Dreams Summary & Analysis

Anne Bishop
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Weaver of Dreams Summary

In "The Weaver of Dreams," the magic of the jewels is passed from the dragons to the spiders, who will now act as their caretakers. It begins with a storm, where "she" or the spider starts to eat the Dark Wet or blood,that changes her. In section two, she becomes hungrier, and tries to consume as much as possible. Section three, italicized, is almost like a dream or a borrowed memory, in which the dragon chooses to find new caretakers. Returning to the spider in section four, The Weaver begins to spin a new web, of a different kind. Section five returns to the dying dragon, who knows that she must pass on her knowledge, for she is the last of her kind and wounded, perhaps dying. In section six, the spider again takes over the narrative, building...

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