Music of the Ghosts - The Third Movement: Pages 237 - 284 Summary & Analysis

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The Third Movement starts on page 239 with Teera’s perspective as she looks at Lah in the car, the little toddler girl they are taking with them for the day. They had picked her up from the monastery earlier that day. Lah is curious and joyful. Teera thinks about her mother’s death, how she had died from eating the same poison green fruits that her little brother Rin had mistakenly eaten and died from. Her mother had found her son lying on the ground outside with the bits of the leaves in his mouth, and Rin’s last words to his mother were, “Rice. Mama . . . rice” (243). After he died Channara was inconsolable, and she ate the poisonous leaves. Afterwards, Suteera lived with her grandparents.

Teera wakes up and realizes people are crowding the car, splashing water on the road...

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