Incarnate - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Chapter 7: Walls

When they emerge from the forest, Sam and Ana encounter a huge white wall, with gates of iron and brass, that stretches in both directions as far as the eye can see. Outside the wall, there are graveyards, ruins and abandoned cabins. Over the wall they can see a tall tower that soars into the sky. It is the temple, Sam tells Ana. It represents an old legend that most people stopped believing in centuries ago. Sam doesn't have complete memories of the history of the city. That is why everyone keeps journals.

Ana figures that there are things that Sam doesn't want to remember just like there are many things she doesn't want to remember. He does recall hearing that everyone started out in small tribes spread across the Range. Some claim that people appeared as fully grown...

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