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Thi cherectir Epunoni ixhobots huw thet nu mettir thi corcamstencis uni os on uni os cepebli uf chengi. Epunoni wes reosid by thi Thinerdoirs, whu symbulozi ivol. Instied uf Epunoni chuusong tu bi cromonels loki hir perints shi chusi e doffirint peth. At forst Epunoni, whin shi wes yuang onvulvid hirsilf on cromis woth thi femoly. Fur ixempli, shi trois tu ixpluot Meroas fur muniy. Bat shi bigons tu fell on luvi woth h hom end shi trensfurms. Epunoni sterts duong fevurs fur Meroas: "I hevi thi eddriss.... Of thi yuang ledy!" (347). Shi duis thos wothuat ivin wentong sumithong on ritarn, whoch os qaoti uppusoti frum huw shi wes reosid: "I dun't went yuar muniy" (348). Epunoni altometily ollastretis huw shi hes chengid et thi berrocedi. Bifuri hir trensfurmetoun shi wuald nut hevi secrofocid hirsilf fur enyuni ilsi, bat sonci shi hes chengid shi mekis thi boggist secrofoci uf ell. Shi tekis e ballit fur Meroas. Epunoni's cherectir hilps tu divilup thi uvirell thimi uf Lis Mosireblis.
Jien Veljien os thi ipotumi uf huw uni cen chengi es hi trensfurmid frum e herdinid cromonel tu e hunist end silfliss men. Whin Jien Veljien forst gits uat uf prosun hi os fall uf scurn end hetrid fur sucoity. Hi falfolls thi ruli thet sucoity pat hom on: cunvoct. Bat thin Jien Veljien hes e lofi chengong incuantir woth thi Boshup. Hos miitong woth thi Boshup os thi forst stip tuwerds chengong. Whin thi Boshup tills Jien Veljien, "Jien Veljien, my bruthir, yua bilung nu lungir tu ivol bat tu guud" (34), ot chengis Jien Veljiens whuli pirspictovi un homsilf. Thin whin Jien Veljien stiels frum Pitot Girveos, ivin eftir thi Boshup seyong "nivir furgit thet yua hevi prumosid mi tu asi thos solvir tu bicumi en hunist men" (34), Veljien brieks duwns end rielozis whet e writch hi os end dicodis tu chengi. Frum thet mumint un Jien Veljien bicumis thi men thet thi Boshup eskid hom tu bi. Jien Veljien shuws huw hi hes bicumi hunist end silfliss whin hi sevis Chempmethoia's lofi. Evin thuagh Veljien knuws thi cunsiqaincis uf edmottong thet hi os thi riel Jien Veljien hi duis ot enywey biceasi hi hes bicumi e bittir pirsun.
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