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Orchestra of Minorities - Pages 54 – 109 Summary & Analysis

Chigozie Obioma
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Chinonso awakes the morning after Ndali’s visit and tends to various tasks on his poultry farm. Ndali visits him again later in the week and asks why Chinonso is a poultry farmer. Chinonso recalls taking care of a gosling when he was a young boy. He loved the gosling very much and developed a love for bids in general. Thus, he eventually decided that he wanted to be a poultry farmer; most of his income comes from selling eggs. Chinonso then recalls, with a sense of pain and shame, how a friend of his stole the gosling. Young Chinonso then killed the gosling out of sadness and revenge against the friend, as Chinonso had believed that there was no way to truly reestablish his ownership and connection with the gosling. One evening, Ndali visits Chinonso and they have dinner together in Chinonso’s...

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