Even Cowgirls Get the Blues - Part Four: Chapters 63-71 (pg 196-226) Summary & Analysis

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Part Four: Chapters 63-71 (pg 196-226) Summary

In Chapters 63 -71, the Chink dwells with the Clock People for twenty-six years. At one point he is actually considered one of the Clock People by living with the 12th tribe. Eventually, the Chink chooses to live alone but in connection to the Clock People. He keeps them in contact with other Indian tribes and also informs them of what is happening in the outside world. The Clock People are very adamant about keeping their lives a secret so they kill trespassers that the Chink cannot scare away.

The Chink expresses to Sissy that he eventually realized that the Clock People waiting for the Eternity of Joy was like the Christians waiting for the Second Coming. But the Chink insists that history is never going to end happily or unhappily. As Sissy talks...

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