Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 1, Invitations to the High Places Summary & Analysis

Hannah Hurnard
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Chapter 1, Invitations to the High Places Summary

Hinds' Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard is a highly allegorical novel that traces the steps of the main character, Much-Afraid, from a frightened, deformed, lost soul to a beautiful, spiritually connected, joyful being. Throughout the story, Much-Afraid faces innumerable and seemingly impossible obstacles on her journey. By transcending these difficulties, she takes on a new name and is able to see herself and the world from a fresh, new perspective, enabling her to continue to grow in love. Much-Afraid, an orphan with deformities of her face and feet, lives in the Valley of Humiliation, where she is an unwilling member of the Family of Fearings. Much to the Fearings' dismay, Much-Afraid has become a shepherdess for the Chief Shepherd, a kind and wise man. The Fearings despise the Shepherd, and in...

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