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The Palm-wine Drinkard and His Dead Palm-wine Tapster in the Dead's Town Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 285-293 Summary

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After the giant carries the drinkard and his wife in the sack all night, he unloads his bag on the ground. There are nine other creatures in the bag, and once he can finally see them, the drinkard is terrified of these monsters. They are all so horrible that he can hardly look at them. The giant has a farm, and he tells all of his captives to get to work farming the field. Then he leaves them to work. The drinkard gets in an argument with one of the creatures and kills it. The next creature steps up to fight, and the drinkard kills that one, too. He kills all of them but the last one, who knocks him unconscious. The last creature gets up and goes to tell the giant what has happened, and the drinkard's wife quickly revives her husband, and they...

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