Daughter of the Mountains - Study Guide Chapters 3-4, The Giant Staircase and the Forest, Captured by the Woman at Rhenok Summary & Analysis

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Chapter three is a chapter of travel. Momo is finding her way down to Kalimpong, a city in India that is far away but where the mule train will stop. Momo hopes to get there in order to find the man who took Pempa and to recover Pempa so that the prophecy can be fulfilled. Momo wakes up in a field next to a buffalo. She had a bump on her head, but there had never been any danger. Momo then eats something from her pack and travels on. Throughout the day, she travels down the "giant staircase", a series of rocks and paths that lead down into India from the mountains. In the towns she stops in, she relies on...

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