The Dovekeepers - Part 3 (Aziza): Pages 357-408 Summary & Analysis

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After they returned from the Essene, Aziza and her mother rarely spoke. Adir moved to the warriors’ barracks to avoid the silence at home. Aziza realized that because she had never told Amram her given name and he didn’t know her secret, he didn’t really know her. She began to avoid him because she realized he would not accept her for who she was. She would often put on a man’s tunic and braid her hair so she could walk nameless around the compound. That was the only time she felt comfortable. The Man from the North was the only one who had seen her real self when she had shot with the bow and arrow. He’d asked her how many men she had slain she pretended not to know what he was talking about. He taught...

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