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Tears of the Giraffe - Chapter 6-7 Summary & Analysis

Alexander McCall Smith
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Chapter 6-7 Summary

Mma Ramotswer did not really want the Curtin case but found that she could not say no. Now she is committed to the case which is stale. Sometimes the past should be left alone. She decides to start at the beginning, at the farm, and drives there on Saturday morning.

On the way, she picks up a woman who was standing on the side of the road. The woman works at a shop in Gaborone and is going to visit her children and family. She is a widow names Mma Tsbago. When they arrive at her village, she introduces her mother and children and then takes Mma Ramotswe to meet Mma Potsane who had worked at the farm with her husband. She had known Burkhardt and Michael. She agrees to go to the farm known as Silolewolela with Mma Ramotswe.

In Chapter Seven, Mr. J...

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