Lilith - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13 the "Little Ones" care for Vane and cheer him. One morning a Lona, the biggest, presents a newborn that they have found in the woods and relates legends: all Little Ones are found thus and a few—greedy, lazy individuals like Blunty—by eating big apples grow into bad Giants who deny their heritage. Learning what he has lost in life, Vane wishes to be a happy Little One. This brings him in Chapter 14, to his quest. to become the "good giant" that they need. The Little Ones weep and commend him to the care of the Moon, telling him about two fearful characters: a hateful Giant-Girl Queen and an ugly Cat-Woman. They cannot go with Vane and still remain themselves. Vane worries about harming them by trying to improve them by the notions of his world. Being a philanthropist is...

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