Mutant Message Down Under - Chapters 8 and 9 Summary & Analysis

Marlo Morgan
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Chapters 8 and 9 Summary

In these two chapters, the author describes specific experiences on her journey, and what she learned from those experiences.

"Cordless Phone." The author writes of a young men of the tribe who runs ahead. Later Tribal Elder steps sits on the ground, and falls silent, as does everyone else. Tribal Elder is being told by the young man that he has found a kangaroo, killed it, and is preparing to bring it back to them; however, the young man has fallen ill after drinking contaminated water and will need healing when he comes back. The tribe separates into two groups, one to heal the hunter and the other to cook the kangaroo. The author thinks about the mental telepathy between the young man and the Tribal Elder. Ooota tells her it's the preferred means of communication for "The Real People" (as...

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