King of the Wind - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Sham is chosen as the horse who will remain in the royal stables for the use of the Cook and of course Agba stays as well to care for Sham. Signor Achmet does not dare return to Morocco and face the wrath of the Sultan. He accepts a humble position as groom in the French army. Signor Achmet also takes the bag with the pedigree and amulets from Sham's neck, ties it around Agba's neck and tells Agba that the pedigree and amulets will be safer with him.

Slowly Sham regains his vigor and with it comes an intense distrust of everyone but Agba. Whenever the Chief Cook takes Sham to the market, Sham only allows Agba to pull the reins. If the Chief Cook so much as touches the reins, Sham becomes uncontrollable and no amount of whipping can control him. Everyone in the market admires...

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