Henderson the Rain King - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Henderson's bridge was made of unbreakable material, but he believes his "striving" has worn his teeth out. As they wait, Henderson and Romilayu hear a lion roar from inside the town. They are then ushered into a hut, where they are met by an official who interrogates them about their travels and purposes. Again Henderson struggles to explain himself and his purposes, and instead flatters the Wariri. The examiner tells them the Wariri are going to have a ceremony to make rain, and Henderson tries to hide his skeptical expression. The examiner ignores Henderson's requests to meet with the king. Henderson and Romilayu are taken to another hut and left for the night.

Henderson decides to make a fire, and they heat some soup and prepare for bed. As Romilayu is finishing his prayers, Henderson notices a large corpse against the wall of the hut. Frightened and...

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