The Siege of Krishnapur - Part 2 Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Chapter 11 Summary

The Collector makes his rounds of the defenses as the attack continues. He tries to keep the men's morale up by making his presence known on the defense lines. He walks by a collection of animals lying in the shadows of the church. This group is made up of dogs, a mongoose and an escaped monkey still in a sailor's hat. Nearby, another group of dogs shelters in the shadows. This group is mainly pariah dogs, mangy and vicious. The Collector thinks about the problems of poverty at home and here in India and then makes his way on his rounds to the Cutcherry building. Alone in his study, he is surprised by a musket ball fired into the room. It hits one of his statues and ricochets across the room, causing the Collector to hide and confront his fears.

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