The Map of Love - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Amal pictures Anna preparing to investigate Egypt. Isabel is considering making a film of Anna's life, but Amal wants to keep Anna to herself. Anna writes Sir Charles from Cairo, describing her reception by Lord Cromer and discussing Arabic newspapers critical of the occupation. Sir Charles' views are well known and respected in Egypt. Anna has made one foray into the exotic bazaar. Emily fears being abducted and sold into slavery. Amal cannot picture Emily's age, appearance, or aspirations.

Anna writes Caroline about sightseeing and local reactions to the Khedive's visit to England. Anna realizes the views of Sir Charles' circle are despised by the Agency. Amal muses about how hard it must be to take over a country, believing things can be done only your way. Americans in Egypt act that way currently. Anna finds it odd that Britons care nothing about...

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