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The Dark-Thirty: Southern Tales of the Supernatural - Study Guide The Gingi Summary & Analysis

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Laura goes into the Mother Africa Shop attracted to a statue that sits in the window. When Laura asks to buy it, the woman at the store, Mrs. Aswadi, claims she has never seen it before and that it should not be purchased. Mrs. Aswadi claims the statue is a Dabobo and that it seeks invitation into a home to bring evil there. Laura laughs and insists on buying the statue anyway. The woman takes the money, but insists Laura also take a small doll that looks like a monkey.

Laura takes the statue into the house and immediately her four-year-old daughter reacts oddly to it, insisting it is evil. Laura gives the girl the monkey as well which she immediately makes her favorite toy. A week later, the daughter is playing outside with the family cat and the monkey doll when a dog comes...

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