The Grass Dancer - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Susan Power
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The year is 1964. Lydia Many Wounds speaks of her relationship with her twin sister, Evelyn, who she greatly admires. When the other members of their community would point to Lydia and mention her beauty, Lydia would think of her sister's liveliness of spirit and think her the more beautiful.

Lydia drives home from work one cold, winter night. She narrowly misses hitting a snow-covered lump in the road she at first thinks is a snow drift. When Lydia gets out of her car to check, she sees it is Calvin Wind Soldier. He is drunk and collapsed in the road. Lydia manages to get him into her car and drive him to his home, a small shack. Lydia prepares a fire in the stove to warm them. Although normally shy, Lydia does not feel that way around Calvin. She has been in love with him since...

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