Henderson the Rain King - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

Henderson has a bad feeling as Romilayu sets off with the letter for Lily. As he tries to mentally prepare himself for the day's session with Atti, he is struck by the idea that, contrary to Dahfu's thinking, the lion may not be the complete answer, and he wishes for a moment that he could be learning the grun-tu-molani under Willatale.

However, he also feels he would do much more than the painful lion sessions in order to keep the friendship of Dahfu. Dahfu comes to Henderson's chambers and tells him it is time for catching his father, the lion Gmilo, and the two men set off into the bush. The executioner has dressed in white, which is a bad omen, and Henderson feels angry and defensive of Dahfu. Dahfu tells Henderson not to worry about the Bunam and the executioner, who are...

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