The Hundred Wells of Salaga - Pages 86–132 Summary & Analysis

Ayesha Harruna Attah
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Aminah now lives on the farm with her new captor, Wofa Sarpong. Each night, he comes into their room, technically keeping Aminah’s “virginity intact,” and instead “forcing himself into her mouth” (86-87). Hassana becomes quiet after being separated from her twin. Ten months pass. They tend to domestic chores, and time continues to go by. One day, Hassana shares a dream with her twin, confirming that Husseina is still alive. Wofa Sarpong renames his slaves by each day of the week and gives them his surname. An inspector comes and Wofa Sarpong instructs them to pretend to be his nieces, as slavery is technically outlawed (though it continues in reality). Hassana blows his cover. He beats her and she is sent away. Aminah realizes her sister rebelled on purpose to try to reunite with her twin.

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