Granny Weather — Witch in Dreamland, Otherworld
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A hag or crone with magic
Books and Stories this Character Appears In Edit
- Dreams Underfoot — "The Moon Is Drowning While I Sleep"
- Tapping the Dream Tree (2002) "Granny Weather"
Defining Description or Bio Edit
Personality and CharacterEdit
"She’s wizened and small and bent over—and dry. Like kindling, like the pages of an old book. Like she’s almost all used up. Hair thin, body thinner. But then you look into hereyes and they’re so alive." — "The Moon Is Drowning While I Sleep"
- she tossed a stone into the water—a kind of "window" to another scene appears. Sophie saw a woman trapped y a stone under water.
History / Background Edit
Connections (characters, places) Edit
|Sophie Etoile||half faerie woman||met in dream world||helps her save the Moon|
|Jeck Crow||crow, man||met in dream world||become lovers|
|The Moon||Faerie||helps save her|
|Bogles||dark creatures||trapped the moon||offered Sophie wish to let Moon die|
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Events in the Series (spoilery area) Edit
Dreams Underfoot — "The Moon Is Drowning While I Sleep":
"She looks like the wizened old crone in that painting Jilly did for Geordie when he got onto this kick of learning fiddle tunes with the word “hag” in the title: “The Hag in the Kiln,” “Old Hag You Have Killed Me,” “The Hag With the Money” and god knows how many more." ~ "The Moon Is Drowning While I Sleep"
Notes / CommentsEdit
- Sophie Etoile
- Jeck Crow
- Dreams Underfoot
- Tapping the Dream Tree
- Newford Series