Gold Mine - Study Guide Chapters 1 - 5 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Gold Mine by Wilbur Smith is a novel that opens the door to the depths that greed can take people to, and the heroic efforts that often balance the scales. In this story, Smith again visits Africa where the Kitchenerville Gold Fields are his subject. It is a story aboutone group of wealthy men who are attempting to gain control of the gold market by sacrificing a collection of gold mines intentionally, thereby manipulating the ongoing rise of the price of gold overall. By recognizing the weaknesses some men have for gambling or power in general, they place key people in positions of control and then orchestrate a mining disaster by manipulating them into drilling through the rock formation known as the Big Dipper. Geologists have separately confirmed that beneath this serpentine rock layer is likely to be an enormous amount of water, and one...

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