The Mosquito Coast - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Jeronimo is the "muddy end of a muddy path." It has a huge tree and the remnants of Weerwilly's shack, falling apart. In the middle of the clearing, a burnt armchair sits smoldering. Three of the Zambu Indian men are named Francis Lungley, Buddy Smart and John Dixon. A family has taken up residence in Weerwilly's abandoned hut. The desolate shack is covered in morning glories. Father picks a blossom just as the man puts his face out the window. When Fox asks his name, the man replies that he is Maywit. Haddy says the flower is called a Maywit, and the people in the hut's last name is Jones. Father insists on calling them the Maywits. The Maywits share their food with the Foxes, including limes, bananas, avocados, cassava and a fruit drink they call wabool. The Maywits are a Honduran reflection...

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