Weep Not, Child - Part 2 (Darkness Falls) - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Njoroge enjoys being at school, and appreciates the way that the environment values people from different cultures and creates a place of acceptance. This is attributed to the headmaster, who treats everyone equally, but places great value on the concept of British civilization and encourages his students to adhere to it.

On this day, Njoroge starts his morning with prayer and breakfast before his English lesson, a class that he really enjoys. He is told my another student that it is a bad omen for him to be so happy in the morning, and this makes him uncomfortable as he has had bad dreams for the past week. Shortly after, he is called out of class to go and see the headmaster, who is accompanied by two police officers when Njoroge arrives. The headmaster expresses condolences to Njoroge, and wishes...

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