Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 10, Ascent of the Precipice Injury Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Ascent of the Precipice Injury Summary

When Much-Afraid and her companions begin the climb, she is pleased to find that it is not as difficult as it had originally appeared. Supported on either side by Sorrow and Suffering, Much-Afraid is held safe from slipping and falling. As she looks over the edge, she sees all five of her pursuing relatives looking up at her in hatred, and Self-Pity even throws a rock at her. Much-Afraid is grateful that they are out of their reach, but she knows that, as the Shepherd has warned her, she will meet them again when she reaches the top of the Precipice of Injury. When they arrive at their resting place for the evening, they find the cave to be most hospitable with a small stream from which to drink and warm sheepskins on...

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