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The Amber Spyglass Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirty-Three, Marzipan Summary

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Chapter Thirty-Three, Marzipan Summary

Lyra and Will join in the life of the Mulefa village. The children have slept and eaten, and are ready to help with the fishing nets. Lyra tells her story while they work. Later in the afternoon, Mary explains what she's theorized about the natural roads and the Mulefa not being vertebrates. Will does not understand why the witch killed his father and Mary says that "love is ferocious, too." Lyra looks at Will and feels that he is faithful like his father. Mary scans the horizon without telling the children she is on the lookout for the birds, and the three humans gather mollusks for the Mulefa. Mary talks theologically about spirit, soul, and body. Atal tells Mary that evening that a village was destroyed. Mary checks the sraf with her spyglass and sees that it is flowing faster than ever. She...

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