The Forest House - Chapter Twenty-Six - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Six - Epilogue Summary

Chapter twenty-six begins with Caillean dreaming she has to cross a shore; Eilan sees how disturbed she is and commands her to tell of her dream. However, Eilan interprets it differently and wonders if she will depart soon, perhaps to the Summer Country, and will ask the goddess. Eilan has seen Caillean there as a high priestess herself, with a group of priestesses. She goes into a trance during the rites, telling the people that Rome will peak and fall in its own time; Caillean asks where she must go, and the Goddess says that she is to start her own house in the Summer Country.

Gaius talks to his father about the unrest he feels in the country. Julia, meanwhile, has become a Christian and believes that the end of the world is coming and therefore...

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