Different from Wee-Wee, all troublemakers have the chance to repeal their punishment against their accuser. There is a case that Wole goes explicitly into detail about. There are three older students that killed a chicken and tried to eat it. However, Daodu caught them in the act of combustion. The defense (the students) went to the extreme saying they did what they did for their physics class. Young Wole thought their defense was extremely weak and thought for sure Daodu was going to punish the kids, but they were innocent and ate their chicken. Wole is playing the piano, in a different recollection, and Daodu asks him why he does not practice more. Out of fear, Wole lies to him saying that Essay is his piano teacher at home. AnalysisIn this chapter, Wole is seen to be quite judgemental. This is so because he never fails to notice a small detail, where he interprets that in his own way. However, his interpretations also play into his naive state of mind, one that the adult Soyinka translates effectively.Young Wole is instilled with a little fear to not cause any type of ruckus because he does not want to face any type of embarrassment, especially one that is public. When he went through the right of passage, Father even told him to be a man andto not cry. This translates into this chaper when he personally was punished by Daodu.