West with the Night - Book 3, Chapter 11, My Trail is North Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 11, My Trail is North Summary and Analysis

Due to a drought that caused production of wheat and corn to fall low, Beryl's father was forced to sell his farm after spending all his available funds to fulfill contracts for his mill. Beryl's father got a job as a horse trainer in Peru and gave her the choice of going with him or staying in Africa. Beryl chose to remain in Africa. Beryl's father advised her to move to Molo, which she did. Beryl left the farm early one morning on Pegasus, leaving her childhood, her deceased dog, and her father behind. Beryl remembered many things about the farm on her ride to Molo, including a baboon her father had befriended that she was forced to kill when it attacked her one afternoon, a fact she never told her...

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