West with the Night - Book 2, Chapter 8, And We Be Playmates, Thou and I Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 8, And We Be Playmates, Thou and I Summary and Analysis

Buller was taken home and slowly healed. There would be no more hunting parties, however. The First World War had begun and things began to change on the farm. Arab Maina was killed fighting in the war. Beryl had become friends with Arab Main's son, Kibii, who would often tell her of the great things he would do when he became circumcised and became a man. They would play games together as well, with Kibii teaching Beryl native games. Once, Beryl played one of these games with a Nandi boy. When she won, the boy took out his frustration at losing by stabbing her in the leg.

Kibii also taught Beryl to hunt, once taking her into the woods to convince a Wandorobo to give...

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