The Moor's Account - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Laila Lalami
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Things are rough for the expedition. After a few days, their water supply becomes contaminated by the makeshift containers they made. Everyone tries to keep their spirits up. They come upon an Indian village which they quickly raid. Mustafa feels guilty about taking supplies from the village, but he is too desperate and thirsty to leave the supplies behind. Señor Dorantes and Castillo criticize the governor for taking too many supplies from the village. They think taking more than what is needed will cause the Indians to chase after them, but the governor doesn't care. Nobody else seems to either, and all they can think about is getting to Pánuco. On the boat, Diego and Mustafa speak. Diego reassures Mustafa he will see his family again when he sees how much Mustafa misses them.

The expedition finds another island, but there is...

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