The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 29 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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Chapter 29, “In Which There Is a Story with a Volcano in It” is another story related in the first-person to a child. In this tale, there was an ancient volcano that erupted long ago. The volcano again erupted several hundred years ago and it was stopped by a brave wizard who rode a dragon into the volcano.

In Chapter 30, “In Which Things Are More Difficult than Originally Planned,” Luna is in the woods with her new friend, the crow. She is lost and cannot read her map. When the rocks beneath her begin to give way, she falls into a large hole into blackness.

In Chapter 31, “In Which a Madwoman Finds a Tree House,” back at Xan’s workshop, the madwoman arrives on the backs of her paper birds. She arrives but no one is home. She finds Luna’s drawings and realizes...

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