A Grain of Wheat - Chapter 7, pages 92-121 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, pages 92-121 Summary

At the train station, Karanja realizes that Mumbi and Gikonyo are both gone and becomes jealous. Karanja decides to confess his love to Mumbi. When the train pulls out, Karanja experiences a spell during which everything seems to spin. He recovers and goes to where Kihika is discussing Ghandi, Christ, and revolution. Karanja criticizes him. Kihika is taken aback by his friend's aggressiveness, but defends his ideas. Later, Kihika dances with Wambuku. Karanja plays the guitar, thinking of Mumbi. Njeri refuses to dance, watching Kihika, who goes off into the woods with Wambuku. Kihika talks of politics, and Wambuku is jealous of the rival for Kihika's affection: revolution. Wambuku asks him never to leave her, and he promises, imagining that she will stand by his side when he goes off to fight. Neither understands the other.

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