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The Ancient Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4, Chapter 1, It Is Called, Therefore, "The Land of Innumerable Long Distances" Summary

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Book 4, Chapter 1, It Is Called, Therefore, "The Land of Innumerable Long Distances" Summary

Wars and disasters push the people from one place to another, a place that is so vast that it is called "the land of innumerable long distances," the Great Plains. Those who came after them find where they had camped and also the tracks of a great bear.

Book 4, Chapter 1, It Is Called, Therefore, "The Land of Innumerable Long Distances" Analysis

The bear shape is made full with shadows from the past. The bear is even more ancient than the people who migrate to the Great Plains and make the place their home. The bear becomes part of the family and tribe. The bear gives the people strong warrior power, as indicated by the Sioux chant that begins Book Four.

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