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posts by medelman Commoner | joined 20 Dec 2007 | 1

Cnaiur question posted 20 Dec 2007, 10:12 in The Warrior ProphetCnaiur question by medelman, Commoner

At the end of Chapter Sixteen, the following passage on Cnaiur appears: "He pulled the broken pieces from his belt and spread them in breathless wonder. He reassembled them. She was so sad. And so beautiful. Impossibly beautiful. Someone. He was forgetting to hate someone." For the life of me, I cannot figure out what is going on here. Broken pieces of what? Is the "she" referred to here Serwe? Is Serwe the "someone" that Cnaiur was "forgetting to hate"? I don't feel like Bakker was trying to be obtuse here; I just for some reason cannot figure out what is going on. Can anyone help? view post


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