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The Garden of Eden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

The next day in Africa is very bad because Davy begins to understand the difference between boys and men. At first, Davy is fresher than the men are. He wants to carry the rifle, but Juma will not let him. Juma is not friendly, and Davy wonders why, when Juma used to be his best friend. By mid-morning, Davy knows the day will be as exhausting as yesterday, if not worse. He realizes it was silly of him to believe he could track with grown men when he is only nine years old. Davy's father says Juma knows now where the huge old elephant is going. It is high in the stony hills, and they will have to climb. When it was almost dark, Davy kills two spur fowl with his slingshot, and the three eat them for dinner. Davy and his father each get a breast...

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