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Lilith Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21-24 Summary

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Chapters 21-24 Summary

As Chapter 21, "The Fugitive Mother," opens, the moon clouds over and a woman in white, clutching a child, runs parallel to Vane. Facing her pursuer, he is knocked down by a large white beast. Soon Vane sees a bleeding white creature, which he pities but ignores, to check on the woman. She tells of injuring one of the Princess of Bulika's two leopards to keep it from drinking her baby's blood. Prophecy claims that a child will be the Princess' death, so she does not marry and kills every baby of which she hears. Warning against going to Bulika, the woman flees anxiously.

In Chapter 22, "Bulika," Vane follows the stream-like blood trail to Bulika, which he finds filthy, unguarded, and abandoned. He is determined to see again the woman he has brought to life, to understand her influence over him, and to accept responsibility for...

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