Kira’s “uncle” (though the village doesn’t use this term) is a callous, unfeeling man who drags his wife, Solora, to the Field of the Living after she dies in childbirth. He’s shown to have no sympathy for Kira, though his lack of sympathy is a product of the village’s general lack of compassion, not of any specific animosity.
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