The Power of One - Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

Bryce Courtenay
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Chapter Two Summary

It is time for the young boy to go back to school after spending the holidays on the farm. He is understandably upset and sheds a few tears with Nanny, but he is feeling somewhat braver as he has a friend in Granpa Chook. The first order of business is to find Granpa Chook a place to hide, and the boy (back at school he is Pisskop once again) finds a spot in a small citrus orchard. After concealing the rooster, he makes his presence known to Mevrou, who is skeptical about his recent healing but nevertheless concludes that his grandfather's beatings must have been more effective than her own.

After Mevrou dismisses him, Pisskop returns to the orchard and is terrified by the behavior of Granpa Chook. The rooster is hopping up and down and squawking frightfully, and Pisskop thinks...

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