Morality for Beautiful Girls - Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

Alexander McCall Smith
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Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary

"At the Orphan Farm". When she arrives at the orphan farm, Mma Ramotswe is greeted by the friendly Mma Potokwane, who serves her tea and cake. When they're finished, Mma Potokwane takes Mma Ramotswe to meet one of the farm's newest arrivals, a silent boy who refuses to keep his clothes on. After meeting him (being warned against getting too close, because he bites), Mma Potokwane says she hopes that Mma Ramotswe, with her investigative skills, can find out where the boy came from and who he is. She also tells Mma Ramotswe that when he was found, the boy smelled of lion. The two women express their doubt that finding the boy's family will be easy, or even possible, since they have both encountered children whose families have no interest in taking care of them. Mma Ramotswe, however, resolves to...

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