The Bees - Chapters 5-9 Summary & Analysis

Laline Paull
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Sister Sage appears in Chapter 5 to take Flora to a new assignment. She praises Flora’s devout and hardworking nature, and shares that “Sometimes it’s good to spare the deviants, and experiment a little.” (25) Her experiment was useful, as Flora has proven herself very helpful. They walk through the Category Two nursery and Sister Sage asks what Flora recalls of the schedules. When Flora answers, Sage probes her mind to determine if she is telling the truth. Sage also asks if the Teasel is meeting secretly without anyone’s knowledge. Flora sees another of her kin, lowly and ugly; Sage tells her that the Flora is made from a mishmash of flowers that most bees shun. Their talk is interrupted by the Police’s appearance in the ward. They had found another misshapen wing and are accusing the nurse kin of laying...

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