Sacred Hunger - Book 2, Part 9, Chapters 51-Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Part 9, Chapters 51-Epilogue Summary

In Book 2, Part 9, Chapter 51, it is evident that there has been a conspiracy to trap Iboti; Paris is convinced that Kireku has played a role in this and goes to speak to him. Paris fails at convincing Kireku that their way of life must be maintained. Kireku has Barton as a servant and sees nothing wrong with using others; it is reality. Barton speaks to Paris in private; he too uses Kireku and is waiting for his turn to have power. The chapter ends with Paris watching the children playing a game of slavery; he sees his son play his role and knows that he too will live a lonely life, never a part of a group of people. Jimmy had taught the children the history in precise order but that does not mean that it resembles the truth.

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