Thunderhead (Arc of a Scythe) - Chapters 15 - 23 Summary & Analysis

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In the beginning of Part Three, there was a nursery rhyme about the Land of Nod. In Chapter 15, Munira Atrushi, a student at the Israebian University in Cairo, worked nights at the Great Library of Alexandria, which the Thunderhead had rebuilt and the scythedom used to house their collection of scythes’ journals. A scythe, whom Munira realized was Scythe Faraday, requested the early writings of the first scythes. Munira had completed a scythe’s apprenticeship, but the Israebian scythedom did not choose to ordain her. Faraday observed that Munira wanted to hold power over the scythedom by possessing knowledge of its history. He requested that Munira keep his visits to the library secret. At the end of the chapter, the Thunderhead noted that it always observed people’s private activities, except for the small percentage of time when people choose to turn off...

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