Where the Mountain Meets the Moon - Chapters 13-24 Summary & Analysis

Grace Lin
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Chapters 13-24 Summary

Chapters 13-14: In Chapter 13, Minli cuts Dragon free and he carries her on his back through the river. On the way, Minli discovers that Dragon is over one hundred years old. But their passage is blocked by the monkeys. In Chapter 14, Dragon and Minli make camp and Dragon notes that the monkeys are greedy with their peaches since there are enough for everyone. Minli decides to use their greed against them, so she cooks rice and puts it in a fishnet. When the monkeys reach for the rice they become stuck in the net. Minli and Dragon can now pass through.

Chapter 15: Ma and Ba are walking in the forest with their goldfish. They wonder whether they can trust Minli. As part of working out the problem, the goldfish asks Ba to tell The Story of the Paper of Happiness. In...

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