The Clay Marble: And Related Readings - Chapters 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

Minfong Ho
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Chapters 12 and 13 Summary

Chapter twelve: During her first day as a kitchen assistant, Dara works extremely hard for the bad tempered cook, waiting for news from Chnay, who eventually shows up, desperate for food. As Dara feeds him with leftovers from the soldiers' dinner, Chnay tells her about the increased numbers of soldiers coming into the camp and how it's getting more difficult to find her family. Over the next few days he keeps turning up to eat, but never brings news. Dara becomes suspicious that he isn't looking at all, but one night he says that he thinks he saw Sarun. All the next day, Dara is distracted from her work by daydreams of reuniting with her family. The angry cook takes her down to a shed where she is set to working with a group of women preparing rice that Dara discovers...

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