The Clay Marble: And Related Readings - Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

Minfong Ho
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Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary

Chapter nine: Dara retraces her footsteps back to the edges of Nong Chan, where she finds a few scattered refugee families settled down for the night. She searches for her own family but finds no sign of them, eventually settling down for the night in the shadow of a gnarled old tree, clasping Jantu's marble for comfort. The next morning, she wakes to find herself alive and safe, and thinks that maybe the marble helped her. She asks an old man for directions and he offers her a bit of food, telling her how to find her way back to where the food truck brought those fondly remembered lunches. From there, Dara thinks, she can find her way back to the pillar. Eventually, she makes her way back to what used to be her family's campsite, and is even more upset...

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