The Storyteller's Daughter - Chapter 7-8: In Which Hidden Things Begin to Reveal Themselves, Dinarzad Sets the Future in Motion Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7-8: In Which Hidden Things Begin to Reveal Themselves, Dinarzad Sets the Future in Motion Summary

Once married, Shahrayar brings Shahrazad to their shared quarters, trying to make her feel at home, if only for a night. Though Shahrayar adamantly believed that his plan was good, now that he faces his new wife, he finds himself confused. He realizes he wants to please her. Though Shahrazad puts on a placid exterior, she has some internal doubts when she hears the opaque coldness of Shahrayar's voice, wondering if she can penetrate his stone heart. She notices his restless movements but cannot be sure what they mean. Meanwhile Shahrayar gets angry that Shahrazad seems so cool and unattached rather than irate or fearful about her fate.

Shahrayar demands to know why...

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