Little Big Man - Chapters 29-30 Summary & Analysis

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Jack awakens to the smell of spicy food, the sight of flames, and the sound of drumbeats. He thinks he is in Hell, but he is in the Cheyenne village on the Greasy Grass. Yellow Bear has saved him — striking him on the head, wrapping him in a blanket, and bringing him to the village through swarms of Native Americans drunk on victory and hungry for killing.

Yellow Bear also tended his wounds. When Jack awakens, Yellow Bear runs off in triumph, knowing that the next time he and Jack meet in battle, Yellow Bear can kill him without becoming an evil person.

Old Lodge Skins talks with Little Big Man, who is the last of his sons still alive. He tells of their travels up from the Washita, eight hundred miles on foot with no buffalo to hunt, very little game, and nonexistent charity...

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