Ishi: Last of His Tribe - Chapter 4: “To the Edge of the World,” Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Theodora Kroeber
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It has been four years that Ishi has lived at the museum. Majapa tells Ishi that he would still like to see Tuliyani and Yuna Canyon. Ishi and Majapa discuss the events leading up to World War I, and Majapa laments men’s violence and war. Many of Ishi’s tools now fill the shelves of the museum. Often Majapa will sit and watch Ishi and write about his history and his techniques, and visitors who come to the museum will talk with Ishi about his People. Ishi still often leaves the museum with Maliwal, whose name in Ishi’s language means “Young Wolf.”

Often Ishi is homesick, missing Tushi and the Old Ones. One day, while wandering in the forest behind the museum, Ishi comes upon a young blonde girl with blue eyes. He immediately recognizes her as...

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