The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Victor talks about how be believes Custer destroyed everything the Indians held sacred. Victor describes cleaning out a house that they are going to burn down. The Indians are burning down the house because it has to do with the white men and they want to destroy anything that reminds them of the white men.

Victor talks about a girl that he loves named Tremble Dancer. The girl is an Urban Indian, which are the Indians that escaped the reservation before it went into shambles. Most the Urban Indians have died off since and those that remain are ragged and look old for their age. Victor talks about the scars and burns Tremble Dancer has all over her legs.

Victor comments that those who remained on the reservation when the Urban Indians left cannot marry Urban Indians. It is believed that the Urban...

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