Half of a Yellow Sun - Part Two: Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
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Chapter 15

The focus of this chapter is on Ugwu as he delivers food with Odenigbo to the refugees. When they reach the train station the officer tells him that they no longer give out food because war is coming. Odenigbo becomes angry and tells him that there will be no war. This mirrors the angry conversations that have been going on, Ugwu shares, at their home in the evenings. Many of the guests who used to come and discuss politics are leaving upset and Odenigbo's refusal to acknowledge that war is coming.

One of the guests, a poet named Okeoma, decides to recite one of his newest poems. This seems to give everyone some hope that it won't come to war. Later, the house girl from next door comes by to tell Ugwu that her master and all of his household...

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