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Knowledge of Angels - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

A group of strangers arrives at Sant Clara, and they tell the nuns they want to see the wolf-child. Sor Agnete tells them there is no such thing, and the nuns wonder if Guillem and his men have broken their promise not to speak of Amara. The group of strangers returns daily and eventually grows into a bullying mob. The abbess relents and brings Josefa and Amara forward. The crowd is disappointed until Amara howls and drops to all fours. The intruders bolt at the sound of a distant drumbeat. Amara then laughs and says she has scared them away.

Amara can now dress herself, eat civilly, and speak in broken sentences. One morning Amara asks to go to the sea to fetch mussels, and Josefa is overjoyed that Amara has remembered something. Sor Agnete wonders how a child can sit contently for hours in silence and...

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