Dust Tracks on a Road - Chapter 8, Research (c. 10) - Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Research (c. 10) - Part 3 Summary and Analysis

Zora introduces readers to a realm that some will recognize but to others it will seem mythical and archetypal. Others will find it to be downright scary. There was a woman in this place known as Big Sweet. She was actually really nice, and it so happened that she was also tough. So tough, in fact, that the others claimed that she had killed another human adult and had even done this more than once. Still, everyone said that it really was only that she had been 'messed with' and that she never started trouble with people. People liked her; she was popular. Zora befriended her and credits Big Sweet with saving her life later on in regards to another woman. Lucy was the other woman's name. These women went so far as...

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