West with the Night - Book 2, Chapter 10, Was There a Horse with Wings Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 10, Was There a Horse with Wings Summary and Analysis

A horse that Beryl's father somehow bought out of Abyssinian was pregnant for the first time and Beryl was in charge of aiding with the birth. Beryl assigned two of her father's men to watch over the horse day and night for any signs of impending labor. Several weeks pass before the horse, Coquette, finally went into labor. Beryl was informed one night by one of her father's men that the horse was lying down. Beryl rushed to the horse's side with her foaling kit, concerned for the horse because it was the mare's first delivery and there was no way to explain to the animal what was about to happen. Beryl and her father's men talk while they wait for the horse to deliver. Suddenly the...

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