Men of Men - Section 14, Pages 652 - 703 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 14, Pages 652 - 703 Summary

Mungo's group follows Lobengula. Jim Thorn and Will Daniel trail behind, having learned early that those in front would be the first to be ordered into the muck to help free the Maxim carts when they became stuck in the mire. Jim constantly dismounts to relieve bowels that are on fire, and as such they fall behind. On one stop, Kamuza steps out of the bush, telling them he comes in peace. He delivers Lobengula's message and gold, and delighted, the two men realize they are rich. They tell Kamuza that he should worry no more, give him a loaf of moldy bread in exchange for the gold and ride off laughing. Clinton and Mungo have been at odds since leaving, and Mungo takes great pleasure in irritating him any way he can. Now, he calls Clinton forward and...

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