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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World - Study Guide Chapter 14, Woods Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, Woods Summary

The Dreamreader continues to explore the Town and develop his map. The Dreamreader begins to explore a vast area of forest within the walled Town. The Colonel warns him of approaching winter and notes that being in the woods during winter is particularly dangerous. The Dreamreader continues to explore the woods as the season changes and the unicorns' fur coats change from gold to white. One day he finds a clearing in the woods near the wall. The clearing contains an old abandoned cottage and the Dreamreader enters the structure and falls asleep. When he wakes up it is snowing. He runs through the forest for what seems an eternity until finally exiting the woods and proceeding to the Library where he collapses with fever.

Chapter 14, Woods Analysis

Knowing that winter spells the likely demise of his shadow the Dreamreader makes a concerted effort to...

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