The Bingo Palace - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

The last time the people on the reservation see Fleur Pillager, it is a memorable visit. She enters the town in a white car with a young white boy, and they are both dressed all in white. The two of them make their way to Nanapush's house, where they stay for the majority of their visit. The townspeople watch curiously, trying to figure out what business Fleur has in town and where the young white boy came from. They notice that he has an adult-like nonchalance. He doesn't appear curious about anyone or anything, and he remains still and reserved. They worry when they see him carrying an umbrella when it rains, because their tradition states that children receive most of their knowledge from rain hitting their heads.

When the sun comes out, the people notice that the boy casts no shadow, and...

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