The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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In Chapter 13, “In Which Antain Pays a Visit,” Antain visits the Tower where Luna’s mother was locked away. He knows a member of the Sisters of the Star because he worked as an apprentice there when he was younger. He revisits his favorite sister, Sister Ignatia, and asks if he can visit with Luna’s mother. Antain enters the room to find the woman living in a sea of paper birds she has folded. She is now bald and has hung the birds up with the hair she used to have on her head. She recognizes Antain and becomes angry, sending flocks of angry paper birds flying to attack him and leave him bleeding. She repeats the phrase, “She is here” (97), but Antain has no idea what it means. The Sisters do not hear him cry out, and Antain nearly bleeds to...

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