The Sojourn - Section 12: pages 172-192 Summary & Analysis

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Jozef moves through the woods until he can't move any longer, and is eventually found by an old man. He is a Rom, and hides Jozef in his wagon from soldiers, handing the baby to the woman that is with him. The cart lumbers off, lulling Jozef to sleep. When he wakes up he's on the edge of a Romany village and the old man is telling him to leave. Jozef sees that the baby is being nursed by a woman. Jozef thanks them but says he must get the baby to the village across the river because he promised the mother. The old man tells him he is in the village across the river, and asks for the story.

Jozef does his best to tell of the girl, although he can't remember her name. The old man doesn't believe him until...

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