Uprooted: A Novel - Chapters 10 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Novik
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In Chapter 10, they begin to cast the Summoning. Kasia struggles until she gives up trying to recite everything exactly as Sarkan does. Sarkan had warned her that they could not stop in the middle and she finally finds a rhythm that complements his. As soon as they reach that spot, Kasia begins to struggle. Eventually, “the Wood stared back at me out of Kasia's face,” but Agnieszka can also see Kasia, though she was lost in the dark (140). The Summoning reveals Kasia's true situation but it also reveals Agnieszka's, and she sees the “secret jealousies” she felt for Kasia's skills (140). Both Agnieszka and Sarkan see Kasia's fear of being taken, which makes Sarkan pause for a second. The truth continue to shine through: Kasia hated Agnieszka for being relatively safe from the choosing, Kasia's mother had ensured Kasia was beautiful and ready to...

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