The Poisonwood Bible - Book 6, Song of the Three Children Summary & Analysis

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Book 6, Song of the Three Children Summary

Rachel is turning fifty and she thinks that it is hard work to look as good as she does for her age. She thinks that at least she can look around and see what she's accomplished. She calls the shots in her domain. She misses life in the United States every day but she thinks that it's too late to go back now. She should have gone home when things soured with Axelroot because she didn't have anything tying her to Africa then. Now she has the hotel. She was always afraid that she wouldn't fit in if she went back and she'd never be popular there again. She regrets never being able to have children, but there is never a dull moment at the Equatorial. She is amazed at what she's been through and been able...

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