The Bingo Palace - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Redford is at his aunt's house while his mother is away at the powwow. The place is strange to him, but he still feels a sense of safety there. Redford is sleeping with one of his aunts, Mary Fred, and he gets an impression that something is coming for them. He doesn't know exactly what it is, but he is nervous. He paints an image in his mind of the coming danger. It's in the form of a giant metal object plowing its way to him with protruding objects, like his Grandma Zelda's potato peeler. As the object comes closer in his mind, it also becomes apparent to his aunt, and she wakes from her sleep and urges him to stay quiet. Redford looks through the boards of the house and sees that the entity he anticipated is Zelda, a police officer and...

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