And They Didn't Die - Chapters 14-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14-15 Summary

In Chapter 14, Jezile lives with MaSibiya for a time, but is aware that her small family is a burden on the older woman and requests a home of her own. For some time Jezile lives in a house on her mother's property where she makes dresses and does other sewing to make money for her children. In time, the chief of MaSibiya's village gives Jezile some land of her own. The children grow bigger and healthier everyday thanks to Jezile's small but regular income. The boy is named Mazwi, but he gains the nickname of Lungu, white, because his skin remains pale. When the girls are ten and twelve Jezile learns that Siyalo has gotten out of prison. A week later, two men come from the Majola family to take away S'naye and Ndondo. Jezile is overwhelmed for grief for a time, but knows that...

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