The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Victor's father passes away. Victor is broke and asks the tribe for money. The boy comments that everyone on the reservation is broke except for the cigarette and fireworks salespeople. Victor runs into his friend Thomas-builds-a-fire at the store and he offers Victor money for her father's funeral services. Thomas-builds-a-fire offers this money as long as he can go to the funeral with Victor. Seeing Thomas-builds-a-fire prompts Victor to remember all the good times they had together when they were children.

Thomas-builds-a-fire supports Victor on the trip to Phoenix to deal with his father's ashes. Victor remembers how Thomas-builds-a-fire had helped free him from a nasty underground wasp nest when they were younger. Thomas-builds-a-fire likes to tell stories whether anyone will listen or not. Victor asks Thomas-builds-a-fire to tell him a story while they are on their trip as a way of reminiscing...

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