A Good Man in Africa - Part One - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Part One - Chapter 5 Summary

Morgan Leafy returns home during a major downpour. Morgan ponders how he will present his bribe to Dr. Murray. He is appalled that as an official of Her Majesty's Government's Diplomatic Service that he is in this corrupt situation. He then reminisces about home, his mother, her long-time boyfriend Reg, Jill his sister, and his brother-in-law Tony. He loves them but feels, that these people back home are all so ordinary. Morgan also thinks about his father. His father died when Morgan was fifteen. To Morgan, his father is now an indistinct enigmatic figure. Morgan also thinks of his own character personally, and wonders how he became such a selfish, fat, misanthropic. He thinks of Priscilla's engagement to Dalmire. He thinks about the Father Christmas fiasco, where he will have to dress up as Santa. He thinks...

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