Serafina and the Black Cloak - Section 3: Chapters 13 - 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 opens with Serafina realizing that the man with the lantern is her father. The two reunite, and he explains that he thought she had disappeared like the other children. She tells him that she did not disappear, but she got lost. He mentions that he hates wolves, but she thinks of the wolf as her brother and is glad that he made it home. Serafina's father tells her again that she should stay out of the forest to stay safe.

When they get back to the house, everything is locked and a search party has just returned looking for the missing children. The search party has not found anything. Serafina feels that she has to find the Man in the Black Cloak, but her father tells her to sleep and stay safe. She is not to go hunting. He must go...

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