Juniper - Section 5: Chapters 8 & 9 Summary & Analysis

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Section 5: Chapters 8 & 9 Summary

In Chapter 8, Euny is full of instructions about what Juniper can and cannot do, and Juniper dislikes feeling like a servant. The most painful thing about life with Euny is the cold and hunger, but indifferent to her suffering, Euny insists that Juniper came here to make her life real, and cold and hunger are her teachers. Though Juniper notices the change from autumn to winter more sharply than before, she still is not observant enough for Euny who claims she is hopeless and will never make a doran. Juniper tries harder, but it seems to be no use. Juniper also suffers from loneliness as Euny often goes long periods without speaking to her. Juniper begins to mind that she is learning nothing; she expected Euny to teach her, but Euny does not reply when she asks how she will learn...

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