Memed, My Hawk - Chapters 23-25, pp. 304-322 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23-25, pp. 304-322 Summary

In chapter twenty-three, Big Osman rides on his horse around the town, merrily greeting everyone. He is celebrating the death of Kalayji. When he finds Abdi and greets him, Abdi recognizes Osman's meaning and shivers in fear. Abdi goes to the letter writer Politician Ahmed to send a message to the government in Ankara to crack down on the brigands, but the letter writer refuses to write it.

In chapter twenty-four, after consulting with Lame Ali, Memed disguises himself in tight, dirty clothes and walks to town, spending the night by a mill and pretending to be a worker there. Memed goes to the prison on Friday, saying that he is Hatche's brother. He is let in, and sees Hatche. Both of them are dumb-struck and just quietly stare at each other, and not until he leaves...

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