Fools Crow - Part 3, Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 22-24 Summary

Mik-api keeps the incomplete dreams he has had for three nights to himself. He sees the war lodge and horses, but Yellow Kidney is not in the dream, yet it has to do with him. More Napikwans have been killed and Three Bears worries that Pikuni will suffer. Red Paint worries for her unborn child. Members from the Lone Eater lodges talk about the latest Napikwan proposal from the "seizer chiefs." The seizer chief wants to meet with all the Pikunis leaders but they fear it may be a trap. Three Bears wants Rides-at-the-door to represent the Lone Eaters. His plan is to resist them, but to offer something.

Red Paint's youngest brother is bitten by a rabid wolf. Fools Crow encourages the boy telling him not to think of the wolf as his enemy, for it is a...

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