West with the Night - Book 4, Chapter 18, Captives of Rivers Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 18, Captives of Rivers Summary and Analysis

Blix told the story of their near death experience with great narration and believable tension. Winston killed the elephant and found the elephant's size to be wanting. Beryl and Blix took to the skies again and found a large bull elephant near a place called Ithumba. The camp packed up to go after this bull elephant almost immediately. Blix, Winston, and fifteen porters took off on the fifteen-mile trek to find the elephant with the intention of moving on to Ithumba the next day and establishing a new camp there. Beryl decided to fly to Nyeri to have repairs down on her plane and to meet the new camp at Ithumba in three days.

Beryl went to the coffee plantation, Seramai, owned by a friend, J.C. Carberry, for the repairs. Carberry was...

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