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In the Shadow of the Banyan: A Novel - Chapters 20-23 Summary & Analysis

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198-200 - Mama whipped Raami for leaving her sister alone. As she was being whipped, Raami called out for her father, but her mother reminded her that her father could not hear her anymore. Raami knew that Mama was also whipping her for revealing her father’s identity; she said, “I’m sorry I let them take him away!” (198). This made Aana stop whipping. Later that night, Aana told Raami that Aana herself wondered if she could have stopped Ayuravann from doing what he did, but she did not think anyone could have. She told Raami that even if she had not revealed her father’s name, they would have caught him eventually. In the morning, Aana told Raami the first story she had ever told her daughter, a story about a little girl who’s mother gave her the moon in a...

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