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King of the Wind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary

The mare is too weary to eat the corn Agba brings her. Agba takes care of his other horses, eats his own meal and then goes to the brood mare stable. Agba sees a new moon and figures it is a favorable sign for the new foal. Agba pours buckets of sand on the stable floor and covers the sand with hay to make a good bed for the mare. Signor Achmet shows up and tells Agba he does not need to lay out so much sand and hay. He reminds Agba to call on him, when the mare is close to delivery.

Agba leads the mare to the bed of sand and hay and she lays in the bed wearily. Agba watches the mare and remembers how once she outran a gazelle. That day he rode the mare passed an old man who called to him...

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