Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Malika Oufkir
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Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter seven, the four heard the barking of dogs and soon found themselves facing off a pack of the animals. Despite the noise, the guards didn't discover that the prisoners had escaped. They walked for a long time but found themselves walking in circles until Malika told Abdellatif to take the lead. He walked for awhile then announced that he had found something unusual. It was a paved road but Abdellatif had been locked away for so much of his lifetime that he didn't know what asphalt was. They used a story about their car breaking down and Malika suffering a recent miscarriage in order to gain transportation to a nearby village where they hired a taxi using money that had been sent to them by their grandfather during their earlier days of incarceration. They reached Casablanca and began to...

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