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Gold Mine Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 26 - 30 Summary

Wilbur Smith
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Chapters 26 - 30 Summary

Four men and a servant wait in a room behind one-way glass. Manfred arrives, and they watch him lose at Baccarat. The host explains the intensity and style of Manfred's play and they watch until he loses his stake, explaining the depth of the pathology that propels Manfred to lose despite knowing the odds are suicidal from a financial standpoint. He assures the men that with a gambling debt amounting to over 300,000 Rand, he is definitely their man. Manfred gets home late and goes into Teresa's room. Less than three minutes later, he excuses himself and she hears the shower running, still trembling with desire and filled with self loathing for allowing him near her. He comes back clean, chats with her idly, and as he is leaving he asks her if it is possible for her to raise three hundred thousand rand without her...

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