The Clay Marble: And Related Readings - Chapter 18, Afterword Summary & Analysis

Minfong Ho
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Chapter 18, Afterword Summary

Chapter eighteen: The morning the family is to leave, Dara wakes early, filled with excitement. After a hasty breakfast, Sarun leads the family's two ox-carts into the convoy of other refugees heading for home. Just as they're leaving, Chnay turns up with a gift - a wooden cowbell that he carved himself. He says he thought of Jantu while he was doing it, regretting the times he destroyed the things she had made. Dara invites him to come with them, but he says he feels at home where he is, and runs off. As Dara drives the second cart, she holds the two clay marbles in her hand, but as she accidentally lurches into a rut, she drops Jantu's marble into a puddle. She's about to stop the cart and go after it, but Nea convinces her not to, first by...

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