Poison - 'Spiders' and 'The Lady of Cobwebs' Summary & Analysis

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'Spiders' and 'The Lady of Cobwebs' Summary

They arrive on a ledge on top of a cliff, in the Realm of Spiders. They are looking out over a forest at a palace in the middle of a mountain bowl ahead. A giant spiderweb is stretched over the chasm, with the palace in the middle and strands of the web going out to the cliffs all around. The forest below is also hung with cobwebs and Poison thinks it would be a bad idea to go through it. They would not be able to see what was coming, and if the spiders are as big as the cobwebs then they will easily kill Poison and her friends. They decide to sit and eat while they think of a plan.

While they watch, a moth flies down and is caught in the...

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