The Famished Road - Book 4 Summary & Analysis

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Azaro went to visit Madame Koto less and less. She grew detached from the community and grew in size as well. The photographer's smashed glass cabinet had disappeared and the garbage by the van had been set on fire. The black, acrid smoke filled the neighborhood with its harsh fumes. Azaro visited the bar and found it updated again and he didn't recognize any of the patrons. Women and men danced closely in arousal. Azaro was frightened when he noticed the gramophone machine, as he saw it as a spirit box. The scene grew more chaotic. A midget woman asked Azaro to marry her. He ran to the door, where he finally saw Madame Koto. She wore a wig and asked him to help with drinks. Azaro went back in and saw spirits arriving. Then a bird flew into the bar and became...

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