The Wee Free Men - Chapter 13: “Land under Wave” – Chapter 14: “Small, Like Oak Trees” Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13: “Land under Wave,” The Queen started to express admiration for how well humans could dream but that Tiffany ultimately could not save her brother. Tiffany tried to reason that she did the right thing by rescuing herself and Roland but felt that she should still have tried to save her brother too even if she would not have been able to. The Queen began to apply guilt to Tiffany, telling her she did not really care about anything, and told her she should just kill her now.

Tiffany remembered how Granny Aching would save sheep caught in the winter cold, and then she found herself under the sea millions of years before the formation of the Chalk. She began to realize that she should use selfishness as a method of defense and grew angry...

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