The Bingo Palace - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Lipsha spends his days thinking about Shawnee, and the feelings are beginning to hurt and confuse him. He reflects on his time with Fleur Pillager and is a little frustrated that she didn't give him a tangible love potion like he desired. She only advised him on his love. "Admit your love, take it in although it tears you up." Lipsha isn't sure what Shawnee has decided to do with her feelings for him. He does hear that Shawnee is planning to win the grand prize at the powwow, and he knows that she will put it toward making her dreams come true, which means leaving Lipsha behind. Lipsha thinks of all of the stories he has ever heard about people in love and the strange things love can make a person do. Lipsha even starts wondering if suicide is the only escape...

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