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The Red Tent - My Story, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Anita Diamant
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My Story, Chapter 7 Summary

Rachel is often called to deliver babies in the city of Shechem. King Hamor's wife hears of Rachel's skills and calls for Rachel. Rachel decides to take Dinah to aid in the birth. When they arrive at the palace, they are taken to Hamor's queen, Re-nefer. Dinah admires the queen's beautiful clothing and good looks. Re-nefer takes Rachel and Dinah to where Ashnan, Hamor's concubine, is giving birth.

Dinah is left to look after the soon-to-be mother. She hears a male's voice in the next room. She goes into the room and encounters Shalem, Hamor's firstborn son. Dinah thinks he is the most handsome, perfect man she has ever seen. They both stare at one another and feel the same kind of longing for one another. The next instant Rachel and Re-nefer return because Ashnan's water has broken. They deliver the baby and...

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