Knowledge of Angels - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Severo decides to baptize the wolf-child. He reasons that Beneditx believes that baptism does not affect one's knowledge of God, so baptizing the child will not affect their experiment. Severo knows that the child's unbaptized state weighs on Jaime, who has become her caretaker.

Jaime tries to capture the wolf-child, but she severely mauls him. Severo and Rafal help him, and they eventually secure the girl in a cloth while Severo pours water over her head, careful not to mention God. They name her "Amara," which means "bitter" in Latin.

The infirmary treats Jaime's wounds, and he spends the night in Severo's cell. Severo then gives Jaime enough gold to buy three fields and asks him to leave and think of the girl no more. Jaime says that will be difficult, and he asks Severo what will happen to Amara. Severo just repeats...

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