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The Kalahari Typing School for Men Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5, The Talking Cure, and Chapter 6, Old Typewriters, Gathering Dust Summary

Alexander McCall Smith
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Chapter 5, The Talking Cure, and Chapter 6, Old Typewriters, Gathering Dust Summary

In Chapter 5, Mma Ramotswe and Mma Makutsi return to the office. A man comes to speak with Mma Ramotswe alone, so they go for a walk. This man, Mr. Molefelo, tells Mma Ramotswe that he was recently held at gunpoint on his ostrich farm by ostrich wranglers and most likely would have been killed if his own men had not woken and scared the thieves away. This episode caused Mr. Molefelo to think about his life and everything he has done wrong.

In Chapter 6, Mma Makutsi remains in the office, paying bills for Mr. Matekoni's business. As she writes a collection letter, Mma Makutsi begins to think of all the men who do not know how to type but who do not want to learn alongside women. Mma Makutsi...

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