Bamboo People - Study Guide Chapters 24 through 26 of Part II Summary & Analysis

Mitali Perkins
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In Chapter 24, some members shout that Chiko should be killed. The grandfather rises to speak. He reminds the group that Chiko was forced into the army and that he suffered the loss of a leg. God commands that the weakest among us be defended. He urges that they not give way to hatred. He could no longer call himself a Karenni if they kill the boy. Tu Reh is moved by the grandfather's words. He leaps to his feet and begins singing the national anthem. The pastor strums along on the guitar. Soon everyone is standing and singing. Everyone except Sa Reh and his father vote in favor of Auntie Doctor's suggestion that she use Mango, Tu Reh's donkey, to travel to the next camp with Chiko where he can get his new leg. From there he can walk...

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