West with the Night - Book 1, Chapter 2, Men with Blackwater Die Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 2, Men with Blackwater Die Summary and Analysis

Upon arrival at the distant camp, Beryl found a runway lit with burning torches. The doctor met her plane along with another white man and several Kavirondo, men of a native tribe. One man pointed out they had also hung a wind sock for her benefit. However, they had sewn the sock closed so that the wind could not flow through it. After making her delivery, Beryl had tea with Ebert, a white man at the camp. The hut was filled with makeshift furniture and old magazines, with a radio that was in pieces. The man rarely got news of the larger cities and wanted news from Beryl. Beryl was anxious to leave, however, since the sun was rising and she wanted to go search for the lost pilot, Woody.

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