The Moor's Account - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Laila Lalami
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Mustafa and the others continue to wait in the village while the governor learns more. The group he sent to the port eventually return, claiming they couldn’t find any port and believed they were lost. During this time, Mustafa notes that his master barely pays any attention to his actual brother, Diego, but seems to treat Señor Castillo like a brother. Everyone seems disheartened, but the governor tells them he's figured out the problem. The area they are in is called Apalache, but there is also a capital kingdom with the same name. The prisoners did lead them to Apalache, but only the general area and not the specific capital where the riches are.

The expedition sets off again. They run into another group of Indians, and these are much more peaceful than the last group. They are led by a chief...

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