The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 33 - 36 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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In Chapter 33, “In Which the Witch Encounters an Old Acquaintance,” Antain is deep in the woods. He comes across Xan in the form of a swallow and, thinking she is a paper bird coming to attack him, he throws a rock and breaks her wing. He then rescues the struggling bird by placing it in his possession. Meanwhile, Sister Ignatia is on her journey in the forest. She uses something called a scrying machine to locate Glerk, noting that she thought she killed him long ago. Sister Ignatia is hungry from the lack of sorrow. All the while, Sister Ignatia is focused on where she hid the Seven League Boots (269).

Chapter 34, “In Which Luna Meets a Woman in the Wood,” Luna continues on her journey, followed by the paper birds. She attempts another stream-of-consciousness drawing to lead her to Xan, but she creates...

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