Men of Men - Section 13, Pages 599 - 652 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 13, Pages 599 - 652 Summary

Though Mungo has been promoted to Dr. Jameson's chief of staff, it still galls Zouga when he sees him in the doctor's office. He even has the temerity to invite Zouga and Louise to dinner as though nothing has happened, which Zouga of course declines. Zouga tells Jameson that Lobengula is waiting for the army to strike, but that some of Lobengula's regiments are on the Zambezi and could not be used because of smallpox in that area. Jameson inquires as to the Codrington family's location, and told they are still at Khami. Jameson pens a note to London that makes the claim that an English woman and her children are in the power of the Matabele and recommends they march immediately. The next part of the plan Jameson asks Mungo to explain. They want Zouga to lead a...

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