Men of Men - Section 6, Pages 239 - 287 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 6, Pages 239 - 287 Summary

Jordan is growing into a man now, well read, and an excellent chef. Zouga entertains, holding a regular Sunday luncheon, and Jordan prepares exquisite meals. At one such luncheon, Mr. Rhodes is a guest and Jordan wants it to be perfect. He elicits Ralph's help to serve who is unwilling until he realizes the St. John's will also be attending. Zouga is perturbed by the presence of a woman he considers garish, but the reason soon becomes clear as Rhodes caters to her. When she mentions the streets are not paved with diamonds as she has heard, he sends a man out to return with an assorted bucket, and pours them out on the table. Jordan, one of the best sorters in camp, shows which ones are best and why. Finding a particularly beautiful gem he holds it out...

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