July's People - Sections 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13. Maureen walks to the fields and helps dig up roots. July’s wife laughs at her white, hairy, varicose veined legs. Maureen learns that July’s wife speaks English. For dinner the family eats the greens Maureen picked. They try to listen to the radio, but they can only access the area military network, not their usual radio station. Maureen walks out into the evening. She walks toward the hut with the bakkie. July rests underneath the bakkie trying to fix the exhaust pipe. Daniel helps him but leaves shortly after Maureen arrives. July acknowledges to Maureen his worries about what is happening. He questions why Maureen looks for spinach with the other women and whether there is not enough to eat. She says she does it to pass the time. He tells her it is “not her work.” Maureen thinks he is worried...

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