Fools Crow - Part 1, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapters 1-2 Summary

Fools Crow is a story of dreams, honor, loss and changes. It is a coming of age story that takes place amid hardships beyond anything the Pikunis (part of the Blackfeet tribe) have faced in the past due to the encroachment of the Napikwans (white man).

Eighteen-year-old White Man's Dog, who later earns the name Fools Crow when he gains war honors, is a Pikunis brave who struggles with his place in society. Without wealth, no woman will find him attractive as a husband. If he can get a "many-shots-gun" it can increase his wealth. He daydreams of many wives, but his reality falls far short. He has never touched a woman and his friends make fun of him. White Man's Dog heads to his father's lodge thinking about his father's third wife who is a year younger than...

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