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Lakota Woman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Thirteen, Two Cut-Off Hands; Chapter Fourteen, Cante Ishta - The Eye of the Heart Summary

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Chapter Thirteen, Two Cut-Off Hands; Chapter Fourteen, Cante Ishta - The Eye of the Heart Summary and Analysis

Mary's friend Annie Mae is pure hearted and joyful. Annie is also active in many Indian movements and a rock for Mary to lean on. Annie Mae does not deserve to die. Annie lives a hard life similar to Mary's on a reservation in Canada. Her marriage falls apart when she and her husband disagree about whether to live as Indians or whites. Annie becomes a Native American militant and must give up custody of her children to her sister in order to ensure their safety.

Annie Mae brings her tipi to the Crow Dog camp and stays to take part in the Sun Dance of 1974-75. She gives her possessions away to Mary, keeping only the...

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