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King of the Wind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

By the time Agba returns with the milk, he is afraid that the foal is dead, but the foal is still alive, although very weak. Agba dips his finger into the milk and allows the foal to suck on it. The foal sucks the milk enthusiastically, and Agba's heart fills with joy. Agba makes silent promises to the foal to be his father and care for him. Signor Achmet, despite his prophecy about the foal's death, is not surprised that the foal is growing stronger every day. He makes a new prophecy claiming that it is God's will that the foal shall live.

Sham, the foal, thrives on camel milk and wild honey. Agba spends as much time as he can by Sham's side and prays for Sham's welfare. Agba takes Sham out to graze with the spring colts, but the colts reject Sham. They disregard him...

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