The Moor's Account - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Laila Lalami
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The remaining members of the expedition stumble across a small Indian tribe. Señor Dorantes trades his last possession he had been hiding, a gold earring he acquired when he bought Mustafa. The group was planning on leaving the next day, but they were so hungry that they decided to stay. The tribe puts them to work. The tribe is very strict and aren't afraid to beat the expedition members if they disobey. One of the survivors, León, admits to being one of the men that took advantage of the Indian women prisoners much earlier in the expedition. Mustafa angrily attacks the man, but the rest of the expedition separates them. When the expedition is accused of stealing from the tribe, León blames Mustafa. Mustafa is beaten by the tribe, but left alive.

Mustafa later proves that it was León who...

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