The Garden of Eden - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, David cannot go on with the story for a long time. Finally, he starts. The trio tracks the elephant over a cooled lava flow. The trail is so easy to follow that Juma lets Davy carry the rifle for a while, although he no longer wants to. Davy sees Juma and his father exchange a smile, as if they share a secret. Soon they come to the secret. They follow the old bull elephant's tracks to a huge elephant skull. Juma points out where the old elephant stood over the head of his dead friend. Juma grins when he shows them the four bullet holes near the ear where he shot the elephant's askari years ago.

Davy asks how long the elephant and his friend were together, but the men can only say a long time, probably four or five times Davy's age. Davy...

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