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The Testament Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 31-33 Summary

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Chapters 31-33 Summary

While visiting the Indian village Nate was struck by the slow pace of their daily activities. For the first time Nate found himself sleeping, simply because there was nothing else to do. When Rachel returned from the neighboring village, she confided to Nate that the scene had been a difficult one. The local medicine man blamed her for the little girl's death and chided the parents for their belief in Christianity. Although Rachel's faith was strong, it was difficult to be so disliked. She had offered herself and a life of service to people who were sometimes not appreciative. Furthermore, it had been eleven years since she entered the Pantanal. Only once per year did she travel to the city of Corumba for supplies. At that time, she heard and spoke Portuguese. Once a year she made a telephone call to the United States and...

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