Men of Men - Section 2, Pages 48 - 96 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 2, Pages 48 - 96 Summary

Zouga and Jan take turns day and night nursing the boys back to health, but the recovery is slow. The claims sit idle until finally the boys are well enough. Then Zouga goes down into his claim to have a serious look. He strikes up a conversation with a man he met in the shanty that serves as a bar and exchanges information with him. Zouga learns about diamond mining, and Neville Pickering delves into the mind that wrote "Hunter's Odyssey." Having no one to work the claims with him, he first tries to raise the rates paid to entice other workers, but is quickly told that there is a limit and he is not to go above it. Instead, he must find fresh workers, and to do so is not so easy. He takes Jan and the boys...

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