Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff - Part IV: Spirit, Chapter 20 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Christopher Moore
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Part IV: Spirit, Chapter 20 - 22 Summary

While traveling along a road flanked by fields of very tall grass, Biff and Joshua hear a voice calling to them to get off the road. Ahead comes some kind of danger, so they leave the road for the grass. They follow a very thin Indian man as he explains that Kali wants their heads to decorate her altar.

Men with spears chase them through the elephant grass until they come upon a tiger and its kill. The chasing men break into the clearing and the tiger immediately attacks. The men retreat hurriedly.

The Indian man's name is Rumi of the Untouchable caste. He lives in a pit near other Untouchables and their pits. He invites Joshua and Biff to sit in his pit. Rumi then tells of his daughter and how she has been captured to be sacrificed...

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