The Tiger's Wife - Chapter 13, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Téa Obreht
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Chapter 13, Epilogue Summary

"The River"

Natalia follows the man from the crossroads down a hill, through a nearly dried up river valley, under a fence marking a minefield, through the minefield itself, through a small village's worth of ruined houses, and into a small stone house, the only one still with a door. The whole while, she believes she is following the Deathless Man. She follows the man into the house, where she finds he is waiting for her by a fire. He invites her to sit near the fire, their conversation revealing that the man has been collecting flowers, pictures, coins, and other memorials from the crossroads. Natalia asks if the man is the mora, but he says the mora was a superstition that died out because of the war. Further conversation reveals that the man clears away the memorials from his own son's grave, adding that...

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