Mating - Chapter 7 (pages 409-436) Summary & Analysis

Norman Rush
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Chapter 7 (pages 409-436) Summary

The narrator awakes to find Nelson packing to go away. At first she thinks he is preparing to leave Tsau forever but he tells her he has a plan to help stabilize Tsau. Nelson has decided to go to the tiny village of Tikwe forty-five miles to the north of Tsau. Nelson believes that what Tsau needs is a sister colony. As Tsau has become more established and successful people have forgotten what the purpose was and what they overcame. An exchange with another community will refocus the villagers on what Tsau is about and expand the idea behind it. Nelson says Tsau is now prosperous enough to begin expanding in a small way. He is going to investigate setting up a branch in Tikwe or at least see about bringing a couple of the women living there back...

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