A Question of Power - Pages 60 - 100 Summary & Analysis

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Elizabeth enjoys the rainy season in Motabeng, and compares the village vegetables to the city vegetables to which she is accustomed. She begins to wonder about food and soil, and takes her son for long walks. Eugene’s “practical genius” (61) captivates her. At night, Medusa continues to humiliate her. Sello talks to Elizabeth about his belief that Africa is a “rising civilization” (63). The principal at the school where Elizabeth was originally hired tells Elizabeth that the school board has requested that she get a certificate proving her sanity. The teachers are relieved to see her go. Elizabeth turns to Eugene, who describes for her a number of the community projects he is doing. Elizabeth requests to work with crops. Eugene offers her a job supervising the new village garden, for which she must learn how to implement the new methods they are using...

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