A Girl Named Disaster - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Farmer
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Nhamo has a bad dream that she has gone to a beautiful place with new huts and two beautiful girls. They invite her to eat, and just as she is about to, Crocodile Guts appears. She is so afraid because she knows he is dead. He tells her how well-built his boat is and how the girls are water spirits, njuzu, who taught him all about the water. He tells her not to be afraid of them.

She wakes from the dream and realizes that her boat was tied only to wispy reeds and has broken loose. She's been drifting the whole time she was asleep. At first she tries to row against the current, but she cannot see the shore so she isn't able to see if she's making any progress. She decides to drift instead and let the current take her.

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