The Egyptologist - Letter/Journal 30 - 39 Summary & Analysis

Arthur Phillips
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Letter/Journal 30 - 39 Summary

Sunday, 29 October, 1922 (pp. 160-163)

Ralph wakes up to find three cats outside his villa, two toms and an orange female. He feeds them and pets the female, which turns his thoughts to his father's hounds. Scouting his intended dig area, he takes a route that keeps him out of sight because he has yet to obtain official permission.

Monday, 30 October, 1922 (pp. 163-166)

The Nordquists come by to visit Ralph, and Ahmed shows up to start work. Ralph and Ahmed line up a few workers, which is easy to do because the other major digs in the area have not yet started. Ralph writes to Margaret about a sculpture of her that she gave him before he left for Egypt.

Tuesday, 31 October, 1922 (pp. 166-168)

Ralph and Ahmed lead the workers to the dig site. Ralph becomes wary of Ahmed, suspicious...

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