Memed, My Hawk - Chapters 19-20, pp. 271-291 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-20, pp. 271-291 Summary

In chapter nineteen, at Deyirmenoluk, Memed and Jabbar go to Durmish Ali's house and hear that Lame Ali is working for Abdi, though Memed knows that Lame Ali is his agent. Memed proposes that since Abdi is dead, Deyirmenoluk and the surrounding villages should be freed from the landlord system. Durmish Ali's wife, Huru, is extremely moved that the system of near slavery is going to be over. Durmish Ali is asked to gather the leading villagers and soon there is a crowd outside his door. Aunt Huru goes out to the crowd, announcing that Abdi is dead and that the fields are theirs, so they should celebrate. All of the five villages celebrate and Memed organizes them to burn the thistles. Then Lame Ali brings the news that Abdi is still alive, and the villagers feel...

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