West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 15, Birth of Life Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 15, Birth of Life Summary and Analysis

Tom began to teach Beryl how to fly. Tom had never taught anyone to fly before and found it difficult to explain things that were rooted in intuition and instinct. Tom taught her to trust in her compass above all else and he refused to speak to her while they were in the air because he wanted her to learn by making mistakes. As part of Tom's job as managing director of Wilson Airways, Tom was required to scout new routes. One time while he was teaching Beryl, they were flying back from one of these scouting missions and Beryl had control of the plane. They were flying toward a mountain and Beryl could not get the plane to gain altitude no matter what she did. Tom eventually took the controls and later...

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