Even Cowgirls Get the Blues - Part Four: Chapters 72-78 (pg 227-246) Summary & Analysis

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Part Four: Chapters 72-78 (pg 227-246) Summary

During chapters 72-78, Sissy is not exactly sure why the Chink refuses to see the cowgirls. The Chink confesses that he watches over the cowgirls. He appreciates the world Jelly Bean has created for them. In his eyes, she has allowed these girls to stay in their girlish fantasy world. He also cannot help the cowgirls because it is up to them to them to help themselves. The Chink also insists that his spirituality is rich because of his Eastern (Asian) ancestry. Western spirituality on the other hand is extremely impoverished, specifically Christianity. If Westerners pulled back the guise of Christianity they would discover women and nature.

Long before the creation of Christianity, women were the closest servants of God. There were priestesses, midwives, graces, nurses, and nurturers. Sissy insists people cannot live...

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