The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter Abstracts

* The reader is introduced to Victor, a nine-year-old Native American that lives on an Indian reservation in Spokane.

* It is New Years Eve 1976 and Victor describes the "hurricanes" that are plaguing the Indian reservation.

* Two of Victor's uncles, Adolph and Arnold, are brutally fighting each other during a New Year's Eve party. The commotion wakes Victor.

* Victor watches the fight in despair.

* Victor's parents, along with the rest of the adults on the Indian reservation, are drinking to excess.

* Victor explains that drinking and alcoholism is a common occurrence on the reservation.

* It makes Victor sad when he finds his parents passed out on the bed from drinking too much.

* Victor lies down next to them in bed and can feel the alcohol seeping from their bodies.

* Victor explains that the alcohol causes much sadness and trouble on the reservation.

* Victor's father is broke and cannot afford...

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