The Sparrow - Village of Kashan: Year Two, Village of Kashan and City of Gayjur: Year Three Summary & Analysis

Mary Doria Russell
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Village of Kashan: Year Two, Village of Kashan and City of Gayjur: Year Three Summary

Village of Kashan: Year Two

Anne become close to Supaari, who understands humor and irony and has an honest perspective of the Jana'ata and Runa culture that no one in either group could evoke. Through him, the Stella Maris crew begins learning the Jana'ata language, K'shan. They show Supaari more about human culture, including Marc's drawings, which fascinate Supaari considerably. After Supaari leaves to return to Gayjur, Anne tells all that she has learned from him, including how the humans had mixed up the gender roles in the Runa village, as the males in their culture take care of the children and are smaller in physical stature than the women. The women are large, comparable in size...

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