The Conservationist - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

There is beer for all at the celebration that night, even though the goat doesn't supply enough meat to go around. Izak plays the radio loudly, and there is much dancing. Phineas' wife is acting strangely, as usual. Lately, she had been having dreams and thinks she is turning into an animal. She dances crazily and describes the animals she can turn into. People feel sorry for Phineas, because his wife is unpopular. Solomon avoids her and speaks to Jacobus. He asks Jacobus if he had actually died in the cold pasture. Jacobus laughs and says he appeared dead, but obviously wasn't. Solomon thinks of dying in the pasture, existing with the other dead man who was buried there and never properly laid to rest. He found the goat that was being used at the feast. They are excited because meat is rare...

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