Small Country - Chapters 28 - 31 Summary & Analysis

Gaël Faye
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In Chapter 28, lockdown measures continue in Bujumbura. Gabriel has given up on the idea of writing to Laure, and instead spends his time in bed, reading. Like many others in the city, Gabriel barely leaves the house. In Chapter 29, Gabriel is forced against his will to rejoin his friend group when Gino takes him to see Armand. Armand is covered in blood and crying. Gino announces that Armand’s father was killed the night before, and Gabriel takes in this new in disbelief. Feeling that he has no other choice, Gabriel agrees to go with Francis and the group to “protect the neighborhood” (168). Gang leaders take them to the same spot where they earlier saw the black horse with the taxi driver. Now it has been shot and is lying on the ground, its legs smashed and bloodied. They are driven to another...

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