The Red Tent - Egypt, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Egypt, Chapter 2 Summary

After Re-mose's departure, Dinah does not know what to do with herself. She attempts to busy herself with working in the gardens, but cannot help but think of Re-mose. Nakht-re visits Re-mose while he isaway and brings back news of Re-mose's education. Dinah becomes afraid that she will not recognize her grown son when he returns.

Meryt and Dinah become good friends. Meryt visits Dinah every day. She respects Dinah's knowledge of herbs, healing, and delivering babies. Dinah only tells Meryt that her mother and grandmother were midwives. Meryt begins to tell people she knows of the wonderful, foreign, gifted midwife. Meryt loves to talk and tells Dinah of her life, husband, and grown son. Dinah will not travel with her to attend births, so Meryt constantly asks for advice.

Meryt goes to attend a birth at which the mother faints. She goes to get...

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