West with the Night - Book 2, Chapter 5, He Was a Good Lion Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 5, He Was a Good Lion Summary and Analysis

Near where Beryl's father built his farm there was another farm called Elkington's. Beryl and her father would often ride to this farm to visit its owners. Living on the farm was a wild lion that had become somewhat tame and was allowed to roam free. Beryl's father often told her stories about lions and cautioned her to be careful around the Elkington lion. One day while she and her father were visiting, Beryl excused herself to play on the property. After running past her friend, the Sikh Indian, Bishon Singh, Beryl ran into the lion. Doing as she had been taught, Beryl stopped to a slow walk and sang at the top of her lungs in order to assure the lion that she meant it no harm. However...

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