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King of the Wind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16 Summary

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Chapter 16 Summary

The constable takes Agba to a large stone building which is the prison. The warden comes in, and the constable explains that Agba is a horse thief and that Mr. Willaims claims that Agba is from Morocco and is a mute. The warden orders for Agba to be locked up. He also orders the cat to be taken away. The constable makes an argument for Agba to keep the cat, and the warden agrees, but refuses to provide any food for the cat. In addition he decides to reduce Agba's ration of 8 ounces of bread a day to only 6. The warden orders for Agba to be shackled and taken to the dungeon.

Chapter 16 Analysis

Agba is in a terrible situation, because he is being accused and punished of a crime he did not commit, and he cannot even speak to defend himself. The constable and warden are...

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