Morality for Beautiful Girls - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

Alexander McCall Smith
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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

"God Decided that Botswana Would Be a Dry Place". At the cattle farm, while waiting for lunch to be served, Mma Ramotswe decides to go out and look at the animals, recalling as she does her late father's success at having a small farm and thinking of how she still grieves for him. One of the herdsmen joins her and, as they're talking about how healthy the animals seem, he reveals some of the ways of the family - how the Government Man bullies his brother, how the brother allows it, how the handicapped youngest son became what he is because of something in the mother's past, and how the mother should be watched closely. At lunch, during polite greetings and small talk about the apparently impending rain, Mma Ramotswe is introduced to the Government Man's brother (who seems uneasy with...

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