Too Late the Phalarope - Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37 Summary

Tante Sophie goes to him, consoles him and tells him that Pieter's mother sends her love. He hands her a parcel in which is a thick black book. In it, he tells her, he has written down everything. It is for Nella to read, and if she wishes, for his mother and Tante Sophie as well. Kappie offers to sleep in Pieter's house that night, something that Sophie had planned to do herself. Learning that she may not return to her brother's house, the captain takes her to his mother's house.

There they meet Nella's father, who tells them that he will shoot Pieter like a dog for the offense he has committed against the race. The captain speaks words of wisdom, telling him that he knows of offense against the law and against God, but not against the race.

Chapter 37 Analysis

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