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When the Lion Feeds Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, The Wilderness: Chapters 1-3 Summary

Wilbur Smith
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Part 3, The Wilderness: Chapters 1-3 Summary

Sean, Duff, and the Zulus stay in Pretoria for five days, just long enough to buy wagons and commission them. Then they head north. They manage fifteen miles on the first day, sleeping in the wagons, and make another twenty miles the next day and twenty the day after that. One morning, for a change, Sean suggests to Duff that they ride over to a kopje and leaving the horses at the bottom, climb to the top. They stop at the top for a cheroot, and look across the grasslands of the high veld to where they begin to blend with the forests and hilly country. Africa plays out before them, a thousand shades of brown. The strain is gone from Duff's face for the first time since their departure.

Life takes a more leisurely turn from then on...

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