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- A vendor holds out a carved mask with snarling teeth and elephant ears.Chapter 1 (43% in)
- Mother gives the mask back to the vendor.Chapter 1 (46% in)
- CHAPTER TWO I'M RUNNING AWAY THROUGH THRONGS OF VENDORS and beggar children and foul-smelling camels, narrowly missing two men carrying saris that hang from a piece of rope attached to two poles at either end.Chapter 2 (0% in)
- On the streets, vendors hawk their wares from carts, each with his own distinctive cry—knives sharpened, fish to buy, get your apples—apples here!Chapter 3 (35% in)
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