The Colors of All the Cattle: No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency (19) - Chapters 8 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Alexander McCall Smith
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In Chapter 8, when Makutsi learned that Ramotswe had changed her mind about running for the city council, Makutsi became hysterical. She said that if Violet was elected they might as well move out of town. She accused Ramotswe of betraying her. Potokwane had a similar reaction when she learned that Ramotswe planned on withdrawing her nomination. She began to cry. She said that if people like Ramotswe did not run for the council, the country would be taken over by those interested only in money. Together, Potokwane and Makutsi convinced Ramotswe that she could resign from the council as soon as the issue of the Big Fun Hotel was handled.

Makutsi surprised the group by telling them that she had written a manifesto for Ramotswe’s campaign. As Makutsi read, Ramotswe pointed out the exaggerations. She indicated that she did not think that...

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