Moloka'i - Part Three-Kapu! Chapters 10 & 11 Summary & Analysis

Alan Brennert
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Part Three-Kapu! Chapters 10 & 11 Summary

Chapter ten opens in 1903. Five years earlier Hawaii had been annexed by the United States, and Haleola notices the American flag as she walks to the beach to meet Rachel.

Rachel is now seventeen, strong and fit with few outward signs of leprosy. Of her childhood friends at Bishop Home, only Emily and Francine remain. Rachel has become a skilled surfer. At the beach, Haleola talks with Rachel and Catherine. Rachel's father has told her that her sister Sarah is getting married. None of Rachel's family except her father has made any effort to remain in contact with her.

While Rachel and Catherine go back to Bishop Home, Haleola begins to walk back home and falls. No one sees her fall, and she quickly stands and resumes walking.

The settlement has a new Canadian doctor, Dr. Goodhue. Rachel sees...

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