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Remembering Babylon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary

Andy McKillop was right about the visiting blacks bringing something to Gemmy. It wasn't a stone, however. The three had sat and faced each other after initial formalities. There was silence as they felt the energy of the earth flow into them. Gemmy realized how weak he had grown in the last months. He was aware of the thinness of the air and the emptiness of the food. The absence of "his land" was slowly draining him. The blacks had brought him native soil and water. He breathed it in a rubbed it over himself, feeling suddenly refreshed. Then it was over and they stood up and the two blacks left. When Andy reeled around the corner to accuse him, the fresh air was gone in an instant. When Andy left, Gemmy sighed in disgust. He has no problem dealing with Andy's sort. If you deny them...

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