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Chapter Two begins the story in Julian's own words. He begins with his memories as a six-year-old boy with a love of learning. He spends much time with Mardonius, a tutor who lays the foundation for Julian's later studies. He recalls a dream in which the sun was calling to him. He flew into the sun and later questioned Mardonius at length about the possible importance of that dream. He believed the sun to be his protector from that day on, but he also becomes aware of the "One God," though he never explains what or who that is. Julian also talks of his memories of his own father. He says that conversations with his father were rare, but talks of one particular day when he met up with his father and the estate manager in the atrium of thier home. Julian says...

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