Midaq Alley - Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-28 Summary

Hamida awakens beneath a white ceiling and crystal light and remembers her new life. The door is closed and the key is where she has left it. She smiles and slides out of the luxurious bed. When Faraj knocks, Hamida takes a few moments to tidy herself. He gives her a strange nickname, Titi. Her old name, like her old clothes, must be forgotten. She wishes her rough hands and shrill voice could be so easily changed. Faraj says English and Americans will like this ancient, easily pronounced name. He assures her she will know everything shortly. She will be transformed into a lady of "dazzling beauty and fame" in this house. He must give her a tour immediately. He gives her robe and slippers, perfumes her, and advises not to act shy or nervous. She stares at him and then shrugs indifferently.

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