Men of Men - Section 12, Pages 551 - 599 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 12, Pages 551 - 599 Summary

Bazo grills Ralph about his part in the removal of the falcons, and Ralph knows better than to deny it. Bazo reminds his warriors that the king ruled there should be no witnesses to the death of whoever was responsible and sends the warriors away with heavy heart. Ralph worries, but Bazo is true to his heart, and merely wounds Ralph, using the blood to splatter himself and his assegai. He helps Ralph dress the wound and tells him to go in peace. Without a horse, Ralph must walk all the way back to where Isazi and his son wait, but when he gets there, they still have the falcons and in Ralph's mind it is all worth it - even the death of Tom. Lobengula is still trying to understand the words of the Umlimo. He sends for...

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