Incarnate - Chapters 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

Jodi Meadows
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Chapters 19 and 20 Summary

Chapter 19: Knife

It is time for Ana to practice piano. Sam tells her to play what she wrote. She is right there to comfort him if it affects him adversely. Sam is behaving more like himself and is anxious to get back to the library. He has never told Ana what he's been researching so religiously. Sam encourages Ana about her music that she thinks is less than perfect. But, he tells her, even playing for many lifetimes doesn't make one a perfect musician. Sam says he wants to tell her something but from his tone, she knows he is getting serious. She tells him not yet. It is just too much for her right then.

They go to the Library where Whit, who lives there, greets them. Sam tells Whit and Orrin, another friend, that Ana has composed a minuet...

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