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The Kalahari Typing School for Men Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, What Mr. Molefelo Did, and Chapter 8, The Typewriters, and a Prayer Meeting Summary

Alexander McCall Smith
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Chapter 7, What Mr. Molefelo Did, and Chapter 8, The Typewriters, and a Prayer Meeting Summary

In Chapter 7, Mma Ramotswe continues speaking to Mr. Molefelo. Mr. Molefelo tells her how he came to Gaborone as a student and lived with a host family where the man was a prison guard and the woman cared for the couple's two children. The family, the Tsolamoseses, also took in two boarders, Mr. Molefelo and his roommate. During this time, Mr. Molefelo fell in love with a girl who lived in Gaborone to attend nursing school. In time, the girl became pregnant. Frightened of what this would mean for his future, Mr. Molefelo told the girl he did not want a child. The girl informed him how much it would cost to have an abortion. The amount of money was too much for...

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