Why is Ishmael’s nightmare significant – meaning, what’s important about what (or who) his nightmare was about? (chapter 17)
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Answered by jill d #170087
That night Beah attempts to recall his childhood, but all he can remember is the first time he slit a man’s throat. He has a severe migraine that night and cannot sleep for fear of nightmares.
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