To the End of the Land - Section 2: The Walk, 2000, pages 48-90 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: The Walk, 2000, pages 48-90 Summary

Sami, the Arab taxi driver, does not look at Ora or Ofer during the drive, and Ora feels guilty for not thinking it was a bad idea to have an Arab drive this particular trip. She was too preoccupied to think of it after finding Ofer on the phone that morning and learning her weeklong trip has been diminished to only a few hours. As they shop and eat lunch, Ofer tries to fill her in on all he has left out, and Ora fights the urge to ask why they are no longer friends like they used to be. She cannot imagine what will happen after 3 P.M. when Sami picks them up, but she knows Sami will make the trip easier for her because they are friends, though they do not discuss politics...

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