Fools Crow - Part 4, Chapters 31-33 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 31-33 Summary

The older woman dressed in the doe skin takes Fools Crow to her lodge. The dwelling is almost empty except for a sack of turnips and a digging stick. The woman paints a design on a yellow skin as she sings. When he awakens, the woman is gone; he looks at the yellow skin and it is empty. This confuses him. He saw her paint the skin. In the distance, he hears geese. As a child the thrashing of wings terrified him, and now he stands in nothing but a breechcloth without a weapon. He leaves the lodge, with the sound of geese all around. He walks like a man in a dream knowing his power is gone. In the moonlight he sees the woman bent over a garden. The woman sings; he asks whom she mourns.

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