Incarnate - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Meadows
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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

Chapter 9: Reprise

While Ana takes a bath she can hear Sam playing the music again. She sits downstairs and listens to him play while he writes the notes down. Later she sits at the piano and looks at the music he wrote. While he encourages her about music, she takes it as patronizing. He is sure since she taught herself to read that she could teach herself to read music. Sam tells Ana he considers her a friend. But nosouls don't have friends and neither do butterflies, she tells him. He reminds her about all their time together in the cabin and how he read to her. A new soul is allowed to be happy. She asks him to play the piano again. He has her sit next to him and watch the music sheet while he plays so she can...

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