Till We Have Faces - Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary

Like a cat at a mouse hole, the Fox is waiting for Orual, who says Psyche is alive, well, and claiming to be happy. For this the Fox thanks Zeus. Orual then tells him the bad news, omitting her vision in the fog. The Fox is at a loss what to do to save and restore her, and he inquires about what Orual has surely been thinking. In the absence of Orual's seeing the palace, the Fox cannot believe her testimony to Psyche's apparent sanity - and does not doubt the reality of things unseen, concepts like Justice, Equality, the Soul, and Music, and things done behind one's back or far away. He is dismayed at how little Orual has learned from him when she asks about soul-houses, and believes he should dose Orual with hellebore (a folk remedy for dealing...

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