Memed, My Hawk - Chapters 21-22, pp. 292-304 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-22, pp. 292-304 Summary

In chapter twenty-one, the Vayvay village rejoices that their enemy Kalayji has been wounded. Many people there want to repay Memed somehow. An old man, Big Osman, collects money in Vayvay village and sets out for Deyirmenoluk. There children say that Abdi will soon return and that Memed is not there. They send him to Durmish Ali's house. Durmish Ali is impressed with Big Osman, and decides to send him with Lame Ali to the Chichekli Valley, to make contact with Memed, who Osman refers to as My Hawk.

In chapter twenty-two, Lame Ali and Big Osman make it to the high Chichekli Valley. It is near the town where Hatche is in jail. Memed is in good shape and well fed. Big Osman salutes Memed and calls him My Hawk, bringing him money from Vayvay village...

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