When the Sea Turned to Silver - Section 4, Chapters 37-47 Summary & Analysis

Grace Lin
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King KaiJae showed Pinmei, Yishan, and Lady Meng out of the City of Blinding Moonlight through a secret door. Before they left, he gave them the Paper of Answers, and when Pinmei protested that the emperor would likely kill KaiJae without the paper, KaiJae told Pinmei that she had reminded him that "there are fates worse than death" (202). Afterwards, they were rushed out of the king's palace and into the city, where they struggled to find a direction. They were welcomed into the House of Wu by Haiyi, a servant with a horribly scarred face who rebuffed some soldiers who were looking for the children. Haiyi provided them with food, and when Lady Meng told her that her masters must be very kind, Haiyi informed her that they were anything but kind, and then asked Pinmei to share "The Story of the...

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