The Bees - Chapters 34-37 Summary & Analysis

Laline Paull
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Chapter 34 opens to a freezing, weakening fog. The bees are slowly freezing and starving. Although eventually they feel signs of spring, they are slow to hope in case they are wrong. Eventually, the air shifts and the bees wake from their sleep. The hive starts pulsing instructions, and as Flora prepares to forage she stops and asks a Sage if they can trust the spiders; a spider had told her that winter would come twice and that she would lay one more egg. The Sage’s answer seems false, and Flora leaves to forage. After bringing in a large haul of pollen, she learns that the Queen has laid eggs again. The hive is thrilled. Flora is torn between wanting everything to be normal and wanting another egg. The next morning, sanitation secretly disposes of tons of brood that is supposedly “plagued.” The...

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