The camp is put into order in preparation for Mary’s return. As Hemingway wonders what this new day will bring, the Informer arrives. He tells Hemingway that he believes a massacre is planned for Christmas. Hemingway dismisses this as more of the Informer’s nonsense.
Hemingway, Ngui, Mthuka, and Arap Meina drive out to the airstrip to wait for Mary to arrive in Willie’s plane. Chano also shows up because he is Mary’s gun bearer. Hemingway tells them that he dreamed the night before that they should pray to the sun as it rose and set, but Ngui says he will not kneel down...
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