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When the Lion Feeds Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Three, The Wilderness: Chapters 25-27 Summary

Wilbur Smith
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Part Three, The Wilderness: Chapters 25-27 Summary

Having a child affects Sean immediately. In a joyous fog of proud paternity, he watches Katrina feed their son. When the rains threaten, he decides to return to a valley on the other side of the Sabi to wait it out and let their son get strong, and then head to Pretoria to sell the ivory. The camp is joyful. Mbejane makes a cot out of cedar wood, and Sean begins a cabin. The servants soon join in, and it becomes a sturdy home with thatched roof and a fireplace. Christmas and New Year's comes and goes, and the rainy season abates.

Their second baby is starting to show and, short of supplies, it is time to go. By end of July, they reach the Limpopo river and find a place to cross. It takes three days...

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