The Moor's Account - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Laila Lalami
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Mustafa thinks back to his time as a slave in Seville. Ramatullai had just heard news of her daughter being owned by someone in the city. Mustafa helped her write a letter to her daughter, but they never found out if it reached her or not. The two continued to grow closer. Rodriguez’s business was growing, which caused him to become more greedy and arrogant. He constantly bickered with his wife, who tried to keep him grounded in reality. One evening, he forced himself upon Ramatullai. Mustafa didn’t have the courage to try and stop him. After that incident, the two started performing minor acts of rebellion while they served him. It was their way of striking back.

Rodriguez started to run into trouble with his gambling. Ramatullai reported to Mustafa one night that she overheard the family talking. They were going...

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