Till We Have Faces - Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary

The King has Fox help him lift Orual gently onto a chair and offers her a cup of wine. He cannot have women meddling his business, he explains. Orual cannot accept Psyche's sacrifice, but the King stands firm: it is set for tomorrow. The Fox whispers to Orual it is easier for everyone if it is done quickly, but when asked what he would do in the King's place, declares he would stall for time, offer his crown to the King of Phars to save Psyche, and arm the peasants and promise them freedom to rise up, rather than go Down Yonder with innocent blood on his hands. Orual points out the blood of gods runs in their veins, and it is great shame to let future generation say the King has hidden behind a girl to save his life. The...

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