The Owl Service - Chapter 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13-14 Summary

In these two chapters we see Gwyn trying to reach out to Alison to warn her of the danger that she is in, but her family gets in the way and discrimination starts to affect their friendship.

Chapter Thirteen begins the next day from the events of the previous chapter, when Alison comes down from oversleeping that mid-morning. Clive, the father of Roger asks if she is feeling all right, completely unaware that she had stolen into the boggy woods just last night under the compulsion to make paper owls and to free the spirit of the flower maiden Blodeuwydd. Alison asks where Roger is (who is downstairs in the cellar developing the photographs he took of the Bryn through the Stone of Gronw).

When she leaves the house, Alison encounters Gwyn, who persuades her to go to the old hen...

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