Memed, My Hawk - Chapters 13-14, pp. 166-192 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-14, pp. 166-192 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Iraz is a young widow with a baby in a farming village. She refuses to marry her dead husband's brother. In retaliation, the brother steals her land. Iraz raises her son Riza by working for other people. When Riza grows up, he yearns to get his father's land back. Riza applies to the government and wins the land through a legal case. Then, one night Riza is killed while sleeping in his field. Iraz tells the police that she suspects the boy's uncles, and soon Riza's cousin Ali is arrested but is released because of false alibis given to him by other family members. Soon, Iraz attacks Ali's house with an ax, though not succeeding in harming anyone. Later that night, Iraz sets Ali's house on fire. Iraz is thrown in jail and ends...

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