West with the Night - Book 3, Chapter 12, Hodi! Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 12, Hodi! Summary and Analysis

Beryl has established herself as a horse trainer in Molo. Many of her father's servants have followed her to Molo and work cleaning the stalls, but Beryl wished that she had a servant who could help her train the horses. Beryl sat alone in her hut one night writing a letter to her father when someone arrived at her door. It was Arab Ruta, who she once knew as Kibii. Arab Ruta had grown up and become a man by the traditions of his tribe. Now Arab Ruta would like to work with Beryl and the horses. Beryl was saddened by the change in their relationship with her as the master now and Kibii the servant, but she was happy to have her friend back and to have help with the horses.

Beryl's stables became full and...

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