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The Perilous Gard Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 and 10 Summary

Elizabeth Marie Pope
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Chapter 9 and 10 Summary

In chapter nine, Kate wakes when someone shines a light in her eyes and asks if it's morning but is told that there isn't any attention paid to morning or night. There are other girls in the room where Kate has been sleeping and she introduces herself. The girls, obviously drugged, have no interest and are not in the least curious about her. The girl who is a member of the Fairy Folk and is responsible for waking Kate says that there's no need for Kate to know the names of any of the Fairy Folk, but gives in to Kate's questions and says that Kate can call her "Gwenhyfara" if she simply has to have a name. Gwenhyfara directs Kate to a chest where she finds clean linens, soap and other supplies.

The other women who are human servants are obviously agitated after they...

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