West with the Night - Book 3, Chapter 14, Errands of the Wind Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 14, Errands of the Wind Summary and Analysis

Airplanes were beginning to make their presence known in Africa, although they were still a novelty. Back in Nairobi, Beryl watched a plane land and the pilot turned out to be Tom Black. Tom had brought a man who had been mauled by a lion after making the mistake of stopping to photograph the animal after he and his companions had shot it. One man died and this man was near death. It was while visiting with Tom this time that Beryl decided she wanted to learn how to fly. Ruta was supportive of her decision.

The author's purpose here is to show how Beryl began her second career as a pilot. Tom rescued a man who had been mauled by a lion the man thought was dead but was not...

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