July's People - Section 5 Summary & Analysis

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Bam busies himself trying to rig up a water tank and expects July to assist him. They listen to the radio while they work. The fighting continues, and the United States debates whether or not to organize a government airlift for American nationals.

Royce asks to see a film even though Victor and Gina know films are a part of their former life. Maureen can only walk as far as the river. The children no longer wear shoes. They scratch flea bites they receive at night while sleeping on the car seat in the hut. July offers to wash the family’s clothes, but Maureen insists on doing it or offering to pay his wife to do it. The men consider washing clothes women’s business in his home. Little money changes hands in the village, but they know the paper transforms into material possessions. Maureen...

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