Bamboo People - Study Guide Chapters 9 through 12 of Part II Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 9, Chiko's leg looks good, Nya Meh says. The stitches and the split are holding. Ree Meh lifts up one side of the stretcher and Tu Reh the other. Chiko is light and the weight is evenly distributed. Nya Meh carries household items and medicines in a heavy pack. Grandpa brings an assault rifle and ammunition. Half way to camp, Chiko develops a raging fever. They have to stop over and camp one night. They don't light a fire. It would signal to others where they are.

In Chapter 10, the skin is darkening around Chiko's leg, which is not a good sign. Tu Reh and Ree Meh get more acquainted. Tu Reh tells her she's different than the other girls in the camp. She is stronger and tougher. Grandfather insists they go to sleep. They need the rest...

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