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The Garden of Eden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

Dave walks through the African landscape with his father and Juma. At first, the boy is much more energetic than the two men are, but by mid-day, he is beginning to tire, while they are as strong as ever. They are drawing closer to the huge elephant with the marvelous tusks, worth a fortune. Juma gives Davy the rifle to carry for a while. Davy realizes that the men should have left him back at the shamba rather than letting him track the elephant with them. When the party finally makes a dry camp, Davy is too exhausted to do more than lie down and sleep. Davy wakes up in the night and imagines he sees the elephant. He feels hollow inside.

David makes himself a whiskey and Perrier, and Madame fixes him some cold sliced chicken and a salad. The girls have taken the car into...

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