West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 16, Ivory and Sansevieria Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 16, Ivory and Sansevieria Summary and Analysis

Many months later, Beryl received a letter from Tom, who had moved to England, asking her not to scout elephants from the air. Tom was concerned that the areas in which Beryl needed to fly did not have safe landing areas and that she could crash or be stranded for long periods of time. Beryl wrote back that she was careful, but she had one more job to do and she intended to do it. Beryl has gotten a telegram the same day from Baron von Blixen making the final arrangements for a safari he has organized. Beryl loaded up her plane with supplies and flew out to Blix's camp.

This chapter begins by fulfilling the foreshadowing of the chapter before with regard to the elephant scouting. Beryl had decided to fulfill Denys'...

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