The Trials of Brother Jero and The Strong Breed - The Strong Breed, pages 243-255 Summary & Analysis

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Eman and Sunma come out onto the stage again. Sunma tells Eman that the lorry is honking, and again asks him to leave. Harshly, Sunma asks Eman why he continues to stay in a place where nobody wants him, and explains that he is “wasting [his] life” (244) here. Sunma admits that sometimes she wonders if she is really part of the same community as the rest of the village because, as she explains, “they are evil and I am not” (244). Sunma then accuses Eman of being too afraid to leave, because he is afraid to put “his sense of mission…to the test” (245). Eman protests that he has no “sense of mission,” that he has “found peace” (245) here in the village and that Sunma should go home. Sunma then suggests to Eman that “keeping faith with so much is slowly...

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