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Peace Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10, Destiny in a Dugout Summary

Don Richardson
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Chapter 10, Destiny in a Dugout Summary and Analysis

Three days after, six Kayagar men paddle the canoe that bears the Richardson family to their new home on the Kronkel. The people of Amyam watch curiously as the fair haired family passes.

At the site of Richardson's new home, Narai waits with his dugout anchored in the elephant grass. He reflects on the events of late, which have never occurred in the Sawi legends. He ponders the arrival of the Tuans, the airplane, and the building of the house. He watches anxiously for the missionary to appear and begins to suspect that he is not coming back. Just before dark, he spots the canoe bearing the Richardsons and sounds a signal from a bamboo horn to the distant villages.

When the Richardsons arrive at their new home site they see hundreds of warriors awaiting them. Further...

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