Euphoria - Part 4, Chapters 10 – 11 Summary & Analysis

Lily King
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Chapter 10 (Third person, past tense, Nell’s point of view) Narration describes how, in the days after the death of the baby, Nell keeps dreaming / thinking about other dead babies she had encountered, including Katie, those in other tribes (including those killed by the Mumbanyo) and her own miscarried child, buried under a banana tree sometime before. Meanwhile, the dead Tam child is buried (with, among other ritual elements, a small flute in its hand), and subsequent conversation between Fen and Nell reveals mutual, long-standing, but silent blame for their not being parents (narration reveals that if she had not miscarried, Nell would have been seven months pregnant).

Eventually, after a shipment of her and Fen’s belongings arrives, Nell resumes her research and Fen resumes his efforts to fit in with the tribe, narration revealing that that’s much more his focus...

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