Hinds' Feet on High Places - Chapter 12, In the Mist Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, In the Mist Summary

When the storm dissipates, Much-Afraid and her companions leave the cabin to continue on their journey. Although there is no more wind or rain, there is a thick mist that hangs over everything, making it very difficult to see far and keeping the path muddy and slippery. Much-Afraid begins to realize that although she was terrified by the desert, the precipice, and her relatives, there was a certain thrill to the drama that she misses. Much-Afraid is bored with this trudging walk that almost seems to go downhill. She feels that she should constantly be moving upward toward the High Places. When she finally voices how she wishes the mist would lift, she suddenly hears the voice of Resentment telling her that the mist will be staying with her for the duration of the journey and that...

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