The Wind Singer - Chapter 17 - 24 Summary & Analysis

William Nicholson
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Chapter 17 - 24 Summary

Chapter 17 - Ira Hath has created new robes for herself, of striped material. It causes a sensation in the streets. She gathers a group of followers, who go with her to the base of the wind singer, hoping to see her punished. There, she begins assuming the role of a prophetess, telling the people that the future will bring gladness. Dr. Greeth, responsible for city order, approaches with four marshals. Dr. Greeth, rather than making a scene, orders the marshals to disperse the crowd, and allows Ira to remain. Hanno finds out the next day from the serving girls at the Residential Study Center of his wife's actions.

Hanno, meanwhile, has helped convince his new friends and fellow students to write about what they know best on the tests, rather than actually attempt the test itself. Eventually, every single person joins...

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