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God's Bits of Wood - Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 and 19 Summary

"Dakar - The Edge of the Sea" Bakayoko and N'Deye Touti sit by the seashore, with narration commenting on how friends, family and co-workers all think they're involved. N'Deye Touti asks when Bakayoko whether he will stay in Dakar, and when he says he is leaving she asks when he will be back. He tells her he doesn't know. Later, as they're walking home under cover of darkness (so Bakayoko won't be seen and arrested) they discuss Penda , who N'Deye Touti says was a prostitute. Bakayoko comments that he and the other union leaders also prostitute themselves for their cause. N'Deye Touti then reveals that she wants to become Bakayoko's second wife, saying that in spite of not believing in polygamy, "it happens sometimes that you come to like something you thought you hated." Narration reveals that as he considers the possibility, Bakayoko remembers all...

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