King of the Wind - Study Guide Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Sham fathered many more colts before he died at the ripe old age of twenty nine. He was buried at Gog Magog in a passage leading to his stable. Over his grave was a tablet of solid granite, but it was not inscribed with anything. The Earl decided that Sham did not need words to remind him of Sham's glory. He had all of Sham's sons to remind him. Sham was father of the turf. Sham's sons and grandsons became the pride of the kingdom.

The day that Sham died, Agba set off to return to Morocco. His mission in life was complete, and he no longer felt a duty or need to stay in England. After the Earl's death, someone inscribed Sham's name and date of death on his tombstone, but time is slowly erasing away the letters as if in respect to the Earl's wishes...

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