A Girl Named Disaster - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Farmer
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Chapter 32 Summary

Nhamo follows some of the lights to a house. She is enthralled by the green grass and the large fence. A white family is sitting down to dinner. Nhamo salivates as she watches a feast set on the table, some of the food is familiar and some is not. She assumes the African woman who serves them is a junior wife. Nhamo is so taken with this fantastic scene that she sneaks under the fence and stares into the window. The white woman notices her and screams. The man opens the door and sends his vicious dogs upon Nhamo. She runs, going back under the fence, and they follow her. When she reaches a dead end, she decides to threaten the dogs; some run away, and the one that remains, she kills.

The spirit of Long Teats talks to Nhamo and tells her it was she who...

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Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults
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