• Mugo served time in a detention center and is given a piece of land when he is released.
• Mugo lives a solitary life.
• The people in Mugo's village talk about their coming independence.
• Three visitors come to Mugo's house from "the Party."
• A history of the Movement is given.
• There are several Movement rebels who are described.
• Kihika is hanged for burning a police jail cell.
• General R. and Lieutenant Koina visit Mugo to discuss independence and Kihika's death.
• General R. and Lieutenant Koina suspect Karanja of betraying Kihika and causing his death.
• Gikonyo wishes to talk to Mugo about the detention camps but is unable.
• The narrator describes how many people do not like the trains that were built in Kenya.
• Karanja works at a library run by Mr. Thompson, who is white and will soon have to leave.
• Mr. Thompson defends Karanja...
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