Coyote Blue - Section 4: ch. 10-12 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: ch. 10-12 Summary

In chapter ten, "Over Easy, Politically Correct", Spagnola calls to tell Sam that his neighbors have voted him out of the complex. Spagnola is rude to Sam, and Sam asks what his problem is. Spagnola hears about the Indian attacking Cable, and he saw an Indian jump off of Sam's deck last night. Spagnola also talked to Aaron, who wants Sam out of the business. Sam tells Spagnola to remember that he does not know who Sam is or what he is capable of.

In "Coyote Gets His Powers", the Great Spirit decides to rename the animal people. Coyote wants to get a good name so he tries but fails to stay awake all night. Coyote oversleeps, and only the name Coyote is left. As a consolation, the Great Spirit gives Coyote the power to take on any shape...

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