Sinuhe the Egyptian: A Novel - Book 7, Minea Summary & Analysis

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Book 7, Minea Summary

When Kaptah wakes up in the jar and screams, the rowers flee overboard. Hidden in the reeds, the escapees bathe and eat, and Minea dances for her god. Spellbound, Sinuhe wants to marry her. She is not trying to seduce him, but finds him alluring, but has vowed to keep her virginity. She is enslaved before her turn comes to visit the god of the sea, which she must do (and survive) before coming to Sinuhe. They abandon the boat and earn their way back to Mitanni as entertainers. Not wanting not to part with Minea, Sinuhe takes her on an uneventful trip to Hatti, where the Keeper of the Archives dodges questions, saying only that the world will soon learn lessons from and about Hatti. Minea is choosy about which ship to board for Crete, but when the right one...

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