Don't judge a book by it's cover. That is what I learned with this man.
If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always got!
67-71 We are introduced to the English man and we learn, about what he has been studying. We also are introduced to what he is searching for which is the universal language. He just so happens to also run in the boy in which they are headed for the desert.
You live and learn, and I learn in a different way then him, though we have similar ideology
72-76 The boy and the Englishman don’t get along in the beginning as the Englishman doesn’t want to talk he just wants to keep his head in his book. The boy pulls out his two rocks Urim and Thummim and the Englishman is interested and starts to initiate conversation with the boy. In the beginning the boy has no interest in conversing with the Englishman but then as he keeps talking he sparks his interest and begins to listen as he knows a lot about his stuff and omens. At the end they finally start leaving.
77-82 In this section the boy and the Englishman travel with the caravan and they go through obstacles along the way, which the camels and the caravan have to adapt to, the boy notices this by focusing on the caravan. The Englishman on the other hand keeps his head in his book still and doesn’t pay attention to the caravan. At the end the boy and the Englishman talk one night about things and they realize they need to do more of both that each one is doing read more books to learn more about the world but also watch the caravan to experience what goes on around you.
83-89 The boy and the Englishman do as each other had done previously, the boy read the Englishman's books and the Englishman started to pay more attention to the caravan. They both don't learn much from doing what each other do, they end up finding that they see and learn things in different ways. At the end after all the talks of war they finally arrive at the "oasis."