Daughter of the Mountains - Study Guide Chapters 5-6, The Ten Traders and Tsu Foo, Protector of the Poor Summary & Analysis

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Chapter six begins with fear. Momo is trapped in the house of Rhenok. She prays to be released from captivity there, but for several hours she is forced to work in the fields with the fat, old woman of the house, Dolma. When she asks when she will be released, Dolma laughs and says that she would be forced to work for her for a while since she had no other help. Momo becomes so angry that she hits Dolma with a pan and cuts off the rope that keeps her trapped. She then runs off. Dolma is too fat and out of shape to catch her.

After she runs off, Momo starts to make very quick progress on her way to Kalimpong. She sees...

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