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Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17: Time Will Tell Summary

Timothy White
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Chapter 17: Time Will Tell Summary and Analysis

Marley is posthumously awarded the Jamaican Order of Merit by prime minister Edward Seaga. The Jamaican government then puts his likeness on a number of items, including postage stamps.

Rita showed documents that gave her the great majority of Marley's estate in order to provide for her and their now 11 legally recognized children by eight women. Rita started to spend Marley's money extravagantly and then started a rekindled recording career, seeing success with a few tracks. She refers to herself as the queen and must carry on after Marley's death.

Ciddy also undergoes a transformation after Marley's death. She was not entitled to any of the estate, but prevailed on Rita to give her funds. She initiates her own recording career and refers to herself as Mother B and calls herself the Queen of Reggae. Marley's children, however, joined...

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