The Rooster Bar - Chapters 32 - 35 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 32, Zola’s parents and brother, Bo, were awakened and given thirty minutes to prepare to leave the detention facility. Armed guards rode with them in a van to the airport. It was more than seven hours later before they were all processed and the plane left for Africa. Zola was frantic because she was unable to get Niang, the lawyer whom she had hired, on the phone. One of his duties was to meet her family at the airport and arrange temporary housing.

On the plane, the people being returned to Senegal knew they would be treated like outcasts. When the plane landed, Zola’s parents and brother were processed into Senegal but Niang was not there to meet them as had been promised. Since the jail was full, they were taken to a hotel that seemed to function as overflow...

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