Men of Men - Section 8, Pages 345 - 399 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 8, Pages 345 - 399 Summary

Ralph, Isazi and the warriors continue to Lobengula's camp, stopping on the way to see the Codrington family who have lived near Lobengula for years. Robyn is the only doctor for many miles. Ralph is stunned that his Aunt Robyn has children and falls for his oldest cousin Salina as soon as he meets her. His Uncle Clinton is a minister and is the former Royal Naval officer who had arrested Mungo St. John for transporting slaves years before.

Lobengula, son of Mzilikazi, speaks with his brother Gandang, and learns of the rifles Ralph has to trade. He announces Henshaw, son of Bakela is welcome and asks Bazo be brought to him. Bazo offers him the kilt of diamonds, explaining their value, but Lobengula is unimpressed. Lobengula's wives smear him with fat and press the diamonds to his skin...

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