The Ear, the Eye and the Arm - Study Guide Chapters 21-40 Summary & Analysis

Nancy Farmer
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General Matsika, with an air of helplessness, tells the detectives his children are in Resthaven where he has no authority as a law enforcement official since it is a separate state. He tells Ear, Eye and Arm that he goes to the gates of Resthaven every day and pleads with someone, anyone, to release his children but is just ignored. At home after the Matsika party, the detectives relive the pleasant time they had at the Matsika dinner and try to imagine what life inside the walls of Resthaven is like. Tendai and Rita get word that 14-year-old Chipo, one of the villagers, has delivered twins—one daughter and one son. The boy is praised and celebrated but the little girl is called cursed by the villagers who won't feed her. Rita blasts them for their prejudice and calls the men "vicious, rotten, ignorant...

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