The False Princess - Chapter 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 and 4 Summary

In chapter three, Sinda notes that she's unprepared for her new role in life. She is expected to work with her aunt and the work is grueling. Some days they spend hours searching for specific plants in the forest. Sinda hardly ever knows what she's looking for and her aunt isn't anxious to teach her. Other days, she's called on to help her aunt with the dying process. She says she has always been able to catch onto new ideas presented by her tutors and she is frustrated by her inability to figure out how to do the tasks her aunt assigns. She does begin to learn the domestic tasks, such as chopping wood, arranging the skeins of dyed wool, sewing, and cleaning. She says she is too tired to think about her old life, which is the only blessing she can find in this...

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