Waterlily - Chapters Thirteen through Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Thirteen through Fifteen Summary

In chapter thirteen, Waterlily's uncle, Black Eagle, has been saving two American horses to be the main gifts for Gloku's ghost keeping ceremony. One night the two horses are stolen, and Black Eagle and his family are trying to find a way to replace the horses. Two women come to Black Eagle and tell him that their son wants to marry Waterlily, and if she agrees to the marriage, among the gifts they are going to give the family are two American horses. Black Eagle knows the horses would be the perfect replacement for the two that were stolen, but he allows Waterlily to make her own decision. Waterlily is not eager to be married at this time, especially to some a boy she does not even know, but she realizes what it would mean to her...

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