The Girl Who Drank the Moon - Chapters 45 - 48 Summary & Analysis

Kelly Barnhill
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In Chapter 45, “In Which a Simply Enormous Dragon Makes a Simply Enormous Decision,” Sister Ignatia confronts the group in the woods and claims that she is preparing to kill them all. The madwoman is very wise, and she sneaks up behind Luna to instruct her that the Sister is hiding a painful memory that makes her feel emotion. Luna digs until she finds a cold, hard pearl where Sister Ignatia’s heart should be. Luna causes the heart to explode and Sister Ignatia’s sad emotions come pouring out. She used to live in a village but it was destroyed. The only thing left was sadness and sorrow for their losses. She consumed so much of the sorrow surrounding her lost hometown that it eventually gave her magic powers and forced her to hunger for more sadness. This is what created the Witch...

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