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Sacred Hunger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1, Part 6, Chapters 32 and 33 Summary

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Book 1, Part 6, Chapters 32 and 33 Summary

In Book 1, Part 6, Chapter 32, Paris joins Thurso to meet the Governor of the Company fort. Saunders, a factor, takes Paris and Thurso to see the slaves; one of the female slaves stares directly at Paris. There is the constant hammering of coffins throughout this chapter, due to the number of men dying from disease. Delblanc, an artist, and Paris get into a discussion. After dinner Thurso meets with the Governor to discuss a price for the slaves; he agrees to the Governor's high price. At this same time, Delblanc shows Paris a portrait he has painted of the Governor that looks like a death mask; he knows the Governor will not like it, but he cannot change the truth. He now wants passage on the Liverpool Merchant. The two men discuss many things including the sacredness of money, the sacred hunger...

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