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Several years have passed, and Kofi Ako is now the wealthiest man in the region, as reflected by the interior of a home resplendent in Victorian Age opulence. Several women rush onstage announcing Kofi Ako's imminent arrival, and slaves carry bundles of skins, fabrics and precious oils. Soon Kofi Ako arrives borne by slaves carrying his regal-looking chair. Kofi Ako looks as if he could be royalty, as evidenced by the luxurious fabrics of his clothing and the sumptuous jewels which adorn his body. Kofi Ako's procession continues on as Anowa arrives at the home to await her husband. Anowa looks forlorn in her shabby dress and bare feet in stark contrast to Kofi Ako's opulent dress.

Anowa begins a monologue relating an incident when she was twelve-years-old and questioned her grandmother about the arrival of white men who began to build big houses and take away...

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