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Lakota Woman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Sixteen, Ho Uway Tinkte - My Voice You Shall Hear; Epilogue Summary

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Chapter Sixteen, Ho Uway Tinkte - My Voice You Shall Hear; Epilogue Summary and Analysis

The time spent apart while Leonard was in prison has changed everyone. Mary became used to living in a city with modern amenities but life back on the reservation means outhouses and drawing water from a well. Living with white women has shown Mary that she does not have to be the little squaw walking behind her husband and taking beatings in silence. Leonard becomes more tolerant of women and fights less with Mary. He tells her of the First Woman who came before man bringing with her the knowledge of herbs and healing roots. He tells her also of the White Buffalo Woman who brought the Indians their sacred pipe. Leonard is careful to teach Mary the role of both men and...

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