The Map of Love - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Anna is happy reaching the Sinai desert, whose vastness no book can describe. She envies the men who sleep under the stars, while she occupies a tent. She scarcely trusts herself to write about Sharif. The first question discussed in the courtyard is how and where to start the journey. Layla explains the pros and cons of appearing as an Englishman, an Arab man, and an Egyptian woman on the train to Suez, and they decide the last is best. At Suez, Anna will transform into an Arab man. Layla brushes Anna's hair into a tight braid and explains various styles of wearing the male headgear (kufiyya and 'uqal). Anna continues to feel guilty over inconveniencing Sharif and wishes Layla could come along. Layla tucks a silk dress into Anna's saddleback, in case she tires of men's dress. They embrace and assure one...

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