Enna Burning - Section 13: Chapter 18 and Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: Chapter 18 and Chapter 19 Summary

In Chapter 18, Isi says Enna's name in warning as Enna is struck by Sileph's good looks. Embracing Enna, Sileph insists he still wants her, but Enna pulls away, claiming his gift no longer works on her and he should go away because she does not want to burn him. Enraged, Sileph claims he has worked too hard and lost too much to let Enna go. Isi's horse, Avlado, bites the man holding Isi, so Isi mounts her horse and calls the wind as Enna summons the fire to disarm the Tirans. Though Sileph claims he loves her, Enna sees him as proud and ruthless, and when she threatens to burn him, he pushes her to the ground, but Isi uses the wind to extinguish the fire before it burns Enna. As Enna struggles with Sileph, Finn comes rushing into camp to...

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