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Inland - The San Antonio - The Colorado Summary & Analysis

Téa Obreht
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In "The San Antonio," Lurie's recollections continue. He was caught on a ship with a pile of loot, tokens he stole on Hobb's account. One man, Hadji Ali, known as Jolly, accused him of taking his nazar, the valuable blue stone. The two eventually became friends, bonding over their love for camels, 33 of which are on the boat. The animals were originally meant for cavalry pack animals. Jolly named his, Seid. The men marveled over the camels' ability to carry 1,500 pounds for nine days without water. Lurie joined Jolly's packtrain, which included George, Lilo, and Mico. In time, Lurie learned to ride Burke, to get along with the men.

The band moved out of Texas and further west. Everyone was fascinated by the camels. Throughout their wanderings, they avoided the law and the Comanche. When they reached San Antonio...

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