She Would Be King - Pages 123 - 156 Summary & Analysis

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This section of the book begins with the comments that “in those days they called it Monrovia” and “Monrovia was where they would meet” (125). The narration then focuses on Norman, who manages to stay hidden while on the ship but as he becomes weaker and weaker, finds it more difficult to stay invisible. One night, his abilities fail him while he is stealing some food. He is caught, and although he is almost thrown overboard like other stowaways, the superstitions of one of the sailors keeps him alive, although he is beaten into unconsciousness.

When Norman wakes up, he finds he is in a prison in a place called Monrovia, where he is tended to by a pair of African guards. As he regains his strength, Norman listens to the conversations of other prisoners, from which he learns that a group called the...

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