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Lilith Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 33-36 Summary

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Chapters 33-36 Summary

By Chapter 33, Vane is sure that Lona is Adam and Lilith's daughter. She tells him about all that has happened since he leaves: persecution by the Giants, learning to nest like birds, and allying with the animals to expel the Giants, trained by the woman and baby whom Vane meets on his way to Bulika. Two huge leopards the night before last, Whitey driving off Spotty and staying nearby. When the Giants next appear, the children stone them and the elephants trample them, and they are never seen again. In Chapter 34 the woman of Bulika pushes for an attack on the city. Vane is sure that Lona will ascend the throne but carefully conceals her mother's identity. In his pep talk, he explains that the Little Ones originate in Bulika and reuniting with their mothers is worth fighting for.

In Chapter 35 the army crosses the...

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