Memed, My Hawk - Chapters 10-11, pp. 97-132 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-11, pp. 97-132 Summary

In chapter ten, Memed arrives in the middle of the night at Uncle Suleyman's house in Kesme village. At first old Suleyman and his wife cannot recognize Memed, but they are happy to see him when he identifies himself. The old couple has Memed take off his wet clothing and put on dry underclothes as they make a fire. Memed tells Suleyman that he shot Abdi and his nephew. In the morning, the news has already traveled to Kesme village about the shootings. That night, Suleyman gives Memed the idea of being led to the outlaw chief Mad Durdu. Memed must become a leader of outlaws, says Suleyman, but not become an oppressor of other people. Mad Durdu and his band will give Memed weapons and a chance to survive. Suleyman leads Memed to the hideout of...

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