Juniper - Section 4: Chapters 5, 6 & 7 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: Chapters 5, 6 & 7 Summary

In Chapter 5, Euny sits in silence as Juniper creeps toward the fire and wraps a blanket around herself. Euny warns Juniper of the hardships she will face while living in her hut, and Juniper begins to regret coming here, saddened that Euny does not seem happy to see her. After tending to Juniper's injured ankle, Euny explains that Juniper is here to learn about power such as seeing the future and danger which is about understanding herself or others. Seeing and knowing makes things happen or prevents bad things. Euny warns that it is a long path and may be too much for the girl, but Juniper assures her that she can do it. She learns that most dorans are women because men put their trust in violence which makes them weak. Euny leaves Juniper alone while she runs errands, warning...

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