West with the Night - Book 1, Chapter 3, The Stamp of Wilderness Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapter 3, The Stamp of Wilderness Summary and Analysis

Beryl flew out over the Serengetti Plains after taking off from Nungwe. There was a camp out there called Rothschild's Camp that had become a kind of refuge for hunting parties ever since the time it was first used by a Rothschild on a hunting trip. Beryl flew toward this area because it had been on Woody's flight plan and she knew he would be found along that flight plan somewhere. Woody had been flying a German Klemm monoplane for East African Airways that was not suited for flying in Africa because Africa was still so wild and spread out.

When Beryl found no sign of Woody at Rothschild's camp, she moved north and east. Between Magadi and Narok, Beryl saw a yellow cloud begin to billow up below her. Beryl...

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