King of the Wind - Study Guide Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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One day, about two years after Sham and Agba's return to Gog Magog, the Earl calls Agba into his home. It is the first time Agba enters the Earl's home, and he feels nervous. The Earl looks anxious and preoccupied. He explains to Agba that he is not a rich man and that he is drowning in a pile of debt. The Earl may have to give up his stables and turn it into farm lands. Agba is shocked at the bad news and begins to sees images of the wheat ear. He fears that Sham's good luck may run out.

The Earl explains to Agba that there is one way that the stables can be saved. There is a big race coming up. The prize is the Queen's Plate, which is worth one thousand guineas. That kind of money would be enough to help the Earl...

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