Haroun and the Sea of Stories - Chapter 5, About Guppees and Chupwalas Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, About Guppees and Chupwalas Summary

As they race toward Gup City, Haroun asks about Khattam-Shud. Butt explains that the Eggheads at P2C2E House control Kahani's rotation so the Land of Gup always faces sunlight and Chup darkness. Between lies the "Twilight Strip" with an unbreakable and invisible "Wall of Force," named "Chattergy's Wall" after the King. As they near Gup City, Haroun is distracted by a patch of thick, tough vegetation, which rears up and knots itself into the shape of a man. The "Floating Gardener" speaks softly but abruptly. Mali explains that he untwists twisted Story Streams. He reports that the pollution is lethal, spreading fast, and could take years to clean up. Haroun hears a chorus of voices speaking in unison below the surface. Angel Fish as big as sharks are covered with mouths that suck in Story Streams and...

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