The Sheltering Sky - Book 3, The Sky: Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, The Sky: Chapters 28-30 Summary

In Chapter 28, Kit is dreaming that she lies on a precipice, watching the waves crash. She dares herself to let go and fall forward. As she does so, she wakes up. Kit walks into town, heading to the market where she buys a jar of buttermilk. She attempts to pay the seller with a thousand franc note, but the woman will not accept it. A skirmish breaks out, with the woman and Kit shouting and a crowd gathering. Amar, an African man dressed in somewhat European garb interjects, paying the seller and speaking to Kit in French. He whisks her off to a hotel, where the desk clerk mistakes her for a native. Kit, for her part, wants no help. She is petrified of being caught by those undoubtedly searching for her. Amar gives her...

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