Too Late the Phalarope - Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36 Summary

Pieter returns home to find that Nella and the children are gone. A letter has been left for him. In it are eighteen pounds, the remainder of the money he had given to young constable Vorster. He fetches his revolver and walks out into the night. Arriving after Pieter had already left, the captain and Tante Sophie, seeing that he is no longer there, go running to the vacant lot in search of him and along the way see Kappie, who goes to Slabbert's Field.

He finds Pieter there, sitting on the lowest row of seats. He calls him lieutenant, but Pieter says that he is no longer a lieutenant and for the first time, Kappie calls him 'Pieter'. He tells Pieter to put the gun down, then goes to him and puts his arm around him. Together they return to Pieter's house.

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