Into the Heart of Borneo - Chapter Eleven and Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

Redmond O'Hanlon
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Chapter Eleven and Chapter Twelve Summary and Analysis

O'Hanlon wakes up itching horribly; his bare arm is covers in small moving dots. James has the same problem, but on his butt. They cover themselves with cream. The Iban are still asleep. Now awake, James and Redmond make small talk. The Iban eventually wake up, telling them that they heard their whole conversation; James and Redmond were embarrassed.

The day starts well, with Redmond confronting a tree-shrew early in the morning. Sebarau and sticky rice comprised their breakfast, and they decide to sit tighter for the day and hunt. James and Redmond read pieces of Les Miserables. They feel happy, reading and watching the wildlife. They then speak with Leon about Iban dating and mating practices. Eventually, O'Hanlon decides to look at his map that he received from British Intelligence; they are...

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