Fools Crow - Part 4, Chapters 29-30 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 29-30 Summary

In a dream, Nitsokan tells Fools Crow to go on a seven-day journey dressed as a beggar. He does not know where he is going; only that it will help the Lone Eaters. Nitsokan challenges him to ride for three days and nights without stopping. He trusts the dream helper to give his horse strength. At dusk on the third day, he reaches a canyon. The horse brings him to a small Napikwan dwelling. A woman answers the door and exhaustion overtakes him. He awakens and eats. His only company is a dog. He falls back to sleep. In his dreams, he comes to an impasse in the narrow canyon where a boulder blocks his way. The dog slips under a bush beside the boulder. Fools Crow crawls through the opening into a summer-like land. It is beautiful but...

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