Petals of Blood - Study Guide Part 3: Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 marks year 5 of Munira's life in Ilmorog. The following year the school that he started would have six full time classes going, with some students doing well and hoping to go on to obtain a higher education. Munira is particularly hopeful about Joseph, who is excelling at an astonishing rate. He is cheerful, because through his introduction of three new teachers to the school, he has regained his status of hero in the eyes of the citizens of Ilmorog. His happiness is compounded when he sees Wanja waiting for him at his house. He invites her in, and she accepts a glass of water from him. She reminds him that he had once asked her why she came to Ilmorog, and says she has come to tell him. She tells him that her first baby died, and that after that birth she believed herself...

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