Behold the Dreamers - Chapter 26 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Imbolo Mbue
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In Chapters 26 to 30, third person past-tense narration continues. Chapter 26 opens with something happening in September, although the reader is unsure what. Jende has a dream two weeks before in which he walks through Limbe with his friend Bosco. They walk through the market and Bosco points out that the singing gamblers who usually inhabit the square are missing. Bosco exclaims that he hates gamblers, especially “money doublers” who took his money for school as a child. Bosco begins to cry, and as a crowd gathers Jende runs through the market. He runs to the beach but the water has been replaced with garbage. Jende wakes up and blames the dream on his unfulfilled promise to Bosco – his wife had become ill and Jende promised to “see what he could do” (169), but Jende had not done anything. He thinks about the money doublers, who...

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