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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 6, The Unknown Is the Largest Part of the Universe Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 6, The Unknown Is the Largest Part of the Universe Summary

Grey must also be true to the story, but through her writing. In her imagination she watches on from her horse as Billy the Kid is captured and to be brought to Fort Sumner. She follows at a discrete distance.

Grey thinks about the plains Native Americans and how, even though civilization has greatly changed the plains, their existence was a period of great honor, nobility, courage and moral conduct. Her Kiowa side is hard and uncompromising. Her Navajo side does not approve of the arrogance from the Kiowa side. She is proud of her heritage and power.

She talks with Billy about Sitting Bear. This leads to the contrasting of bravery versus the way Billy has lived. Her Navajo side remembers the beauty of the land...

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