July's People - Section 6 Summary & Analysis

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Bam joins the men in the village for beer. He drinks from a mug while everyone else drinks from a shared clay pot. Maureen needs to talk about how they plan to get out of the village. As she wanders around the huts, Maureen notices some of her gadgets in use. The idea that July may have stolen the items surprises her. She always thought him to be perfectly honest—never entering their liquor cabinet and always placing loose change on their nightstand. That evening, Maureen passes out malaria tablets. She admits to looting the local pharmacy during the fighting. She takes the tablets hoping to survive and be able to take care of her children but wonders who would take care of the children if something happens to either of them. Bam thinks July will care for them until someone rescues them, but Maureen questions...

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