The Owl Service - Chapter 23-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23-24 Summary

In Chapters Twenty Three and Twenty Four, we see Gwyn again attempting to leave the valley, and as he does so he uncovers the final piece of the puzzle of his parents.

Gwyn, undefeated, decides to take the route through the gorge known as the Black Hiding, where foxes go when they are avoiding being hunted by dogs. He scrambles along the scree and the foam of the gorge, when suddenly his footing gives away and he almost slides down the slope and into the ravine. Gwyn clutches to the shale and clay, wondering how if ever he is going to survive, but finds his courage when he realizes that he only has to get up the gorge and then he will be able to pass over into the next valley, and get a lift into Aberystwyth. After that he doesn't...

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