A Good Man in Africa - Part One - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part One - Chapter 6 Summary

Morgan receives a call from Arthur Fanshawe. It is a summons to come to the Commission complex, as one of the servants at the Commission was struck by lightning during the storm, and has died. The victim's name is Innocence. Innocence's daughter, Maria, who is about fifteen years old, also works at the Commission. The other servants do not want the body, lying on the ground, removed. They believe one of the gods, called Shango, is angry, and is responsible for the tragedy. Consequently, the other servants, natives of Africa, believe that a Shango ritual needs performing to quell the anger of the Shango god. Morgan has received instruction from Arthur Fanshawe to get the body removed off the premises. Fanshawe has concerns because the Duchess of Ripon will be visiting the Commission and he feels it's...

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