Juniper - Section 8: Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Section 8: Chapter 14 Summary

On an April afternoon, Angharad and Euny call Juniper and Trewyn inside and make them bathe, giving them sheets to wrap around them and informing them that they are all fasting though they will not explain why. When the moon appears, Euny and Angharad lead the girls outside to the stone hut where the four of them sit down. The dorans recite a long poem about dead heroes and heroines, telling the history of the dorans, and at the end, the words begin to be addressed to Juniper and Trewyn, explaining they must be worthy of their calling, enter into harmony with the world, care for others and never work magic for their own aggrandizement. Euny then orders the girls to lie face down and asks if they wish to be admitted to the order of the doran. Trewyn is uncertain...

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