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Peace Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 24, The Long Journey Summary

Don Richardson
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Chapter 24, The Long Journey Summary and Analysis

As the village prepares for a feast of peace offerings with their neighbors, Richardson approaches Kani, the peacemaker from the beginning part of the book. He pleads for peace and forgiveness from Kani towards the men of Mauro. Leaving Kani to greet the guests, Richardson worries that all his preaching on peace will be in vain.

The same day, as the peace celebration continues, a dugout arrives with an injured Kayagar lying inside. One Sawi, Amio, begs Richardson to let the Kayagar man die. Amio explains that this man killed the peace child once offered by Hato, Amio's father. Richardson replies by pleading the peace child of God on the behalf of the Kayagar man. Amio's attitude changes upon this reflection. He offers to carry the man to the medical house alone. That night, as a literate Sawi man...

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