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Green Hills of Africa Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

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Part 2, Chapters 3 and 4 Summary and Analysis

"Pursuit Remembered"

The author begins chapter three by suggesting the tension between him and M'Cola "dated back to the time of Droopy, after I had come back from being ill in Nairobi". Droopy, as the author describes him, was physically beautiful, younger, and a much better tracker than M'Cola - but M'Cola, the author adds, was not jealous. The rest of the chapter is taken up with a detailed narration of the author's attempts at hunting rhino with Droopy, attempts that ended in failure to actually bag a rhino but which did result in the killing of a reedbuck for food. The author and Pop, at the end of the day, refuse their baths in favor of drinking their frustrations into silence with whiskey. The third day of the rhino trip, the author writes, he and Pop were joined by their...

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