The Piano Tuner - Chapters 16 and 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16 and 17 Summary

Edgar's fever breaks and he begins to recover. Carroll once again leaves the fort for a while on some unknown business. Edgar decides to explore the village behind the fort. As he is wandering, Khin Myo joins him and suggests going to look at a field of newly bloomed flowers. They do so, chatting and teasing each other as they walk. As they look at the flowers, a young Shan girl passes and stares at them. Edgar is suddenly worried that it might look inappropriate for him and Khin Myo to be alone together, but Khin Myo does not seem to mind.

As they walk home it finally starts raining and they are caught in the downpour. Edgar and Khin Myo are both happy that this means the drought is over, and they laugh as they are soaked. They take shelter...

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