The Piano Tuner - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Edgar's departure for Mae Lwin is delayed. After four days of waiting he enquires why and is told by an army subaltern that Mae Lwin has been attacked. Carroll is safe, but some supplies were lost and some things damaged. They suspect the infamous bandit Twet Nga Lu of being the attacker, but no-one is sure.

Edgar returns to his cottage where there is a letter waiting for him from Carroll. It begs him to come to Mae Lwin without waiting for official escort, as the piano was shot and one of the strings was snapped during the attack. Khin Myo will accompany him if he does decide to come to Mae Lwin now.

The next day Edgar and Khin Myo set off. They head to the Mahamuni Pagoda with a cart-load of pilgrims. Here they meet Nok Lek, one of Carroll's men...

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