The Bear and the Nightingale - Part 3, Chapters 23 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Arden, Katherine
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The House That Was Not There – Vasya wakes up in a dwelling place that, as she watches, shifts back and forth between a clearing in the woods and a warm, comfortable cottage. She is watched and welcomed by the frost-demon (Morozko) and his white horse, who both assure her she is safe before they send her back to sleep. While she is asleep, Morozko visits a place he refers to as “the thaw” and asks a nightingale to join him and a new companion he has for it. The nightingale agrees. When Vasya awakes, Morozko gives her one of his horse’s stallion sons to ride, heals her frostbite, and also repairs the wound she received when ending the undead life of the servant girl (Agafya). When Vasya demands to be taken home, Morozko tells her that she needs a great deal...

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