A Constellation of Vital Phenomena - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Marra
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The section titled “The Third Day” begins with Chapter 10. This chapter ranges from 2000 to 2003. Dokka began opening his house to refugees fleeing the country and word quickly spread that his house served as a hostel. He gave food and a place to sleep to anyone but asked that they paid if they were able. Dokka took things of real value as payment and gave the trinkets to Havaa, which she kept as souvenirs.

On alternating Sunday afternoons, Akhmed and Ramzan arrived at Dokka's for a game of chess. Havaa felt more like a younger sister of the three men than a daughter and young child. Dokka was an excellent chess player. Akhmed and Ramzan played as a team and consulted each other about upcoming moves. Dokka read while they figured out their moves. Havaa watched.

Akhmed hated being a doctor but continued to...

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