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The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Chapters 4 – 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: Lettie takes the narrator outside and cuts a hazel wand. She tells him to hold onto her hand and not to let go. They are going to go looking for the cause of the disturbances. They proceed by color, first following the black of a scrap of cloth; then the red of the dead vole. From there they look for a storm; and, when the winds begin to blow, they lie flat on the ground while something brown and furry races over them. Lettie said that this is a manta wolf. She tells the narrator to put his shilling point on the Y of the wand. He does, and the wand starts smoking, then bursts into flame. The sky fills with an orange color, and Lettie says that they are in the right place. They see a figure made of gray and pink...

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