Transformations - Chapters 10-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-13 Summary

"One-Eye, Two-Eyes, Three-Eyes" details the story of a woman who has three daughters. Two of the girls are born with an unusual problem. One has only one eye while the other has three. The third girl is normal. However, the mother tends to dote on the girls that are abnormal because they certainly must be more special in some way.

The mother tends to be fascinated by One-Eye and Three-Eyes and often pokes at their eyes. Two-Eyes, however, is "as common as two pennies" and therefore must wear only rags and eat scraps from the dog's dish. Two-Eyes cared for the family's goat. One day, out in the field, an old woman tells Two-Eyes that if she sings for the goat, there will always be a feast provided. Two-Eyes sings and there is indeed a feast laid before the girl.

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