The Map of Love - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Amal is disappointed that Anna's green journal skips two months, but happy to realize she and Isabel are cousins. Anna's French son-in-law, not keen on her Egyptian connection, has severed ties to Amal's grandmother's line. Amal sees the project somehow "soothing the wounds" of the ancestors. Digging in the trunk, Amal finds a small blue book and, in Anna's broach, a key to open it. The missing months are chronicled there.

Anna is anxious to keep the Agency from knowing she disguised herself as an English gentleman to ride to the Mameluke tombs, when she and Sabir are forced into a closed carriage. Told she has been taken political hostage, Anna wonders if this is why Fate has brought her here - to give Egypt a constitution. Herded into what appears to be a granary, Anna tells Sabir to admit her identity, and...

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