Julie of the Wolves - Part 2, "Miyax, the Girl" Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, "Miyax, the Girl" Summary

Miyax remembers having been left behind once before. Although Miyax doesn't remember much about her mother, who died when she was four, Miyax remembers the day she died. On that day, she and her father walk the winter beach hand in hand, and although he tells her that her mother has died, she only feels intensely happy to be going somewhere with Kapugen. Sometimes she sleeps, and he holds her in his parka before going on. Sometimes he climbs cliffs and finds eggs for her to eat. They walk a long time.

Miyax doesn't understand this time until years later when her Aunt Martha tells her that her father went crazy the day her mother died. According to Aunt Martha, he picked up Miyax, walked away from his good job as manager of the reindeer...

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