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When the Lion Feeds Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Three, The Wilderness: Chapters 13-15 Summary

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Part Three, The Wilderness: Chapters 13-15 Summary

That night they camp between the legs of an elephant, drinking coffee, and Paulus thanks Sean. Oupa says they need men and wagons to get the ivory back to camp before the rains hit and Sean springs up, saddling his horse before they can object. Oupa asks Sean to help get his camp across the river before he comes back and Sean agrees, half expecting them to follow him. Before getting to camp, he cleans himself up, and then stops to change before going to the Leroux's. He calms the women who are convinced something is wrong, and spends an engaging evening telling stories.

The next morning he moves their camp, spending most of the day coaxing wagons and oxen over. He cleans up and is ready for the evening when the women meet him with parcels...

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