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Anthills of the Savannah Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

Beatrice also tells this chapter; it opens with her formally introducing herself to the reader. Beatrice explains that her house girl, Agatha, belongs to an evangelical church, a movement that is gaining popularity in Kangan. She cannot cook or do any work on Saturday.

Her friends also call Beatrice either B or BB. She points out that she, like the privileged and powerful, had enemies. She describes her feelings about those who dislike her. She refutes claims that she has sought attention and is overly ambitious. She describes her childhood; especially how she found comfort in her native language.

Her father was a very stern man. He was a deacon at the village church, and was famous for his whippings of village children. She suspects that her father had flogged her mother, although she had never witness it happen. One day, her mother comes out of a...

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