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King of the Wind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

The Cook returns to the palace without Sham, and Agba knows that Sham must be in trouble. Agba follows the Cook around, hoping to find out where Sham is, but the Cook only tells him that Sham is in Paris and that, if he wants him so badly, he should go look for him. Agba flees to Paris. He hangs out in the market place searching for Sham and trying to survive on whatever he can scrounge. The owner of a chocolate shop offers him a job. Agba accepts. Agba's new job as the awakener is to wait until the market stalls are ready and then to wake up the customers who arrive in the middle of the night and falls asleep.

One summer evening as Agba wanders the streets, he hears the clomping of the hooves of a horse. He sees a small dusty horse, harnessed...

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