Beautiful Losers - The History of Them All: Chapters 14-19 Summary & Analysis

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The History of Them All: Chapters 14-19 Summary

In Chapter 14, the narrator remembers F.'s fevered tirades and begins to miss him terribly. He finds that F.'s personality is taking over his. He recalls the day that F. purchased the textile factory in which he used to work. He gallivants through the abandoned warehouse, recalling how he vowed to his employer that one day he'd own the factory. F. begins to tear up.

In Chapter 15, the narrator describes Catherine Tekakwitha's family's journey up the Mohawk River after the plague. They settle into a small village, where Catherine makes fine crafts and wampum. The chapter ends with an indictment of the Canadian government and the Roman Catholic Church for their subjugation of native tribes and general sexual repression.

In Chapter 16, the narrator describes the day in 1664 when Catherine was to be married off...

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