Enna Burning - Section 4: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Shannon Hale
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Section 4: Chapter 6 Summary

In Part 2: Warrior, Chapter 6 begins with Enna insisting on dragging Leifer to the nearest pile herself when the soldiers begin piling the corpses together. She sets fire to the wet wood, promising that she will not use the fire again as a last gift to Leifer, and she walks away as his body burns, promising him that she will never burn again. After a short visit home to the Forest, Enna returns to Ostekin, and Isi is glad that her friend has returned. Enna feels guilty that she has not yet told Isi about the fire. Enna grows restless during the multitude of war counsels during the fall, and a Tiran prisoner's comments fill her with the desire to burn. To distract herself, Enna takes a ride on Merry, her mare, but when they get lost in the snow, Enna finds herself in a Tiran...

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