The Owl Service - Chapter 9-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9-10 Summary

Chapters Nine and Ten concern the greater mystery surrounding the adult character's in the novel, mostly Huw Halfbacon, Nancy, and Roger's parents. As the children strive to understand what is happening around them, there starts to emerge mysteries concerning their own parents and the past.

Clive returns from Aberystwyth with some developer's film for his son, Roger, and a gift of tracing paper for his step daughter Alison. Roger takes Gwyn and immediately they go off to try and take some pictures of the Stone of Gronw, and the hill framed through its hole in the middle. While there Gwyn tries to talk through their situation with Roger, explaining that something is happening in this valley, something to do with flowers and owls, the plates and the story of Blodeuwedd from the Mabinogion. Roger agrees that there is definitely something strange...

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