The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

This chapter begins with the birth of a boy named James by Rosemary Morning Dove in 1967. Some of the Indians are drinking when they hear sirens. The Indians are used to hearing sirens because it is commonplace for people to burn things down on the reservation. The Indians jump at the chance to go see what is happening and they rush to the scene to find Rosemary Morning Dove's home in flames. One of the Indians rushes into the house to save James and he runs out with him and they both are on fire. The Indian throws James out of the window. One of the other Indians picks him up to find that he appears to be fine, but his head is dented in.

Victor talks about going to visit James, Frank, and Rosemary at the hospital, but he is scared of...

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