Knowledge of Angels - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

It has been seven days since the hunters left Sant Clara. The nuns are worried that Amara cannot fend for herself, because they have cut her claws. Sor Agnete, however, says that maybe Amara's escape is for the best, because she was making so little progress at Sant Clara and Amara may be only fit to live in the wild. Josefa is weeping and distraught.

The hunters return on the eighth day. They have captured Amara, and she is tied over the saddle of Guillem's horse. When they remove the wolf-girl from the saddle, she is rigid and curled in a ball, grinding her teeth with her eyes rolled back in her head. Guillem says he must speak to the abbess alone. He tells the abbess he is willing to kill the girl, and no one would have to find out.

The abbess protests that killing the...

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