King of the Wind - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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The carter allows Agba to live in the shed not from kindness, but because he could use the boy's help, and Agba does not demand money or food. Agba gives up his job as an awakener and instead helps the fishmongers and farmers in the market place during the day, so that he could return with little gifts for the horse and cat at night. Agba, the horse and the cat form a strange threesome, suffering the carter's abuse together.

One day Sham bites the carter, and the carter becomes increasingly mean and no longer allows Agba to take Sham's harness off at night. He wants Sham to get a few harness sores to teach him a lesson. Although the carter is outraged, he becomes somewhat scared of Sham and stays away from the shed. Agba spends his time caring for Sham's needs. Agba remembers how Signor...

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