Thunder Rolling in the Mountains

What is the main problem in Chapter 20, Thunder Rolling in the Mountains?

they bury thier dead and people are trying to escape

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The main problem in Chapter Twenty is the devastation caused by the war, and the trauma experienced by the Ne-mee-poo and all other tribes living near them. Mistrust dominates, inner trivbe betrayal is commonplace, and the senseless deaths caused by suspicion and fear.

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