Green Hills of Africa - Study Guide Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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"Pursuit and Failure"

In chapter ten, "That all seemed a year ago," the author writes - and with that, the narrative returns to the present, specifically the days after the author's meeting with Kandisky. With two days left on the hunting trip, the author, M'Cola and Garrick go out to another salt lick, accompanied by Garrick and still in search of kudu, only to find that a native hunter had scared the kudu away. That night, the author drinks a lot of whiskey, in spite of M'Cola's efforts to get him to drink tea. The next day they go out again, only to discover that rain in the night washed away any tracks. The author angrily spends the rest of the day waiting for the ground to dry, and is furiously short with Garrick who laughingly plays dress up with some ostrich feathers...

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