And They Didn't Die - Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 6, Jezile has reached the end of her pregnancy and is beginning to struggle to get her work done. During this time, the officials from BAD come to speak to the community about the dipping tanks and the passes. The officials insist that the women are ruining their farm land by not farming it correctly and with too many grazing cows. The officials insist that each family can only have six cows. The officials then insist that the women must carry passes and that they will come to the village to hand them out personally. A short time later, the government removes the village chief from power. They attempt to replace him with Counselor Duma, a trusted member of the community, but when he refuses they choose a man unknown to the community.

In Chapter 7, Jezile gives birth in the hospital out of fear...

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