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Thirty Girls - Part V, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 11/Was God in Sudan?, Esther recalls that it took days to wall to Sudan, sleeping on leaves and waking to memories of her former life. One day, they pass through her grandmother's village, and Esther is relieved that they do not stop. While she is washing clothes using a bush as her mother did, a rebel chides her, claiming her mother will no longer want her, but now she belongs to Kony's family, and he will always forgive her.

Because Kony wants to meet the St. Mary's girls, they are taken to his compound where he asks why they are so special that the Pope is talking about them. Insisting that the girls are treated well, Kony tells them they have been brought here because it is God's will for these sinners to be cleansed. Admiring Agnes, Kony orders her...

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