The Age of Wire and String - Study Guide God Summary & Analysis

Ben Marcus
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The section titled, God begins with Bird to the North, Act of Wind, in which God rides a bird northward, and wind affects the motionlessness of the ocean. In riding a bird, God brings with Him a healing wind, which is effective on any land in which certain types of weather do not occur. Certain birds, real and mythological, move the ocean's tide with their beating wings to make the motionless ocean move again. Died is an obituary of Mark Parker, a body king who fought the darkness person, Albert, who each night killed people of light. Parker killed Albert but died himself, as in agony he saw nameless new persons walking unhindered. G-D is described as a mode entered by "flaxen tree tools" capable of creating angels. However, these tools are heavily sugared, suffocating the angels, which can be revived only by needle grasses that pierce...

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