The Goose Girl (Books of Bayern) - Part Three: Yellow Lady: Chapter 17 – Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Hale, Shannon
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Ani walks for three days unable to concentrate as she tries to remember a path to follow. She grabs any edible food she sees but is in danger of dying at any moment as she falls unconscious often, once landing face first in a stream. Finally, she reaches Gilsa’s house and passes out seconds after telling Gilsa she is going to.

Ani wakes up two days later on Gilsa’s bed. Ani apologizes for ruining GIlsa’s tunic and GIlsa says she should be worried more about her injury. After AnI eats and Finn tells her that Gilsa knows some people are after Ani, she decides to tell her story. Ani wishes she could make the story sound better and guarantee a happy ending. However, after Gilsa says that children often hold onto dreams that are not possible...

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