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Lilith Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 29-32 Summary

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Chapters 29-32 Summary

In Chapter 29 Raven reads from the mutilated book verses about a believing man, a withering queen, and two worlds strangely one yet wide apart. A huge, white cat interrupts. Raven addresses it as Lilith and recount their married life, which ends when she abandons him and their one child and becomes the Queen of Hell. God sends him a good, wife, Eve. Vane understands that Raven is Adam. The cat first turns into a spotted leopard and then into the Princess. When Raven/Adam orders her to kneel or be destroyed, she dwindles into a gray cat, whom he locks in the closet. Raven/Adam in Chapter 30, proposes to stand guard while Vane returns to Eve's cottage to spend the night. No longer daring to cross the stream to reach the Little Ones, Lilith is using Vane's house as a bypass through the world of...

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