Even Cowgirls Get the Blues - Part Two : Chapters 17-26 (pg 53 - 84) Summary & Analysis

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Part Two : Chapters 17-26 (pg 53 - 84) Summary

As Chapter 17 begins, ten years have passed since Sissy decided to leave Richmond. Since then, she has hitchhiked around the country, visiting places such as New Mexico, South Dakota, North Carolina, Maine, and New York. Being a legend allowed Sissy to get out of Richmond, but it doesn't pay the bills. While she is generally unreachable to others, she always makes herself accessible to the Countess. So while in Washington, she checks the Post Office and discovers she has a message. The countess is begging her to return to New York City for Sissy to meet a man. Sissy is at first not excited. After she reads the note, she is accosted by a couple on Native American boys and in her words "freaks out." She hitchhikes all the way to New York City.

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