The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

This chapter focuses on a barbecue where Victor plays a piano. Victor had brought the piano home earlier that summer, but he didn't play it until the day of the barbecue. Victor felt that there was "a good day to die and a good day to play the piano." (pg146)

Descriptions of small things regarding the barbecue are highlighted. For example, he talks about the grass and how it feels smooth to the touch. Victor talks about the beauty of the black hair of an Indian boy and the beauty that a cracked piece of glass can create.

Victor talks about the dreams of the Indians and he includes the notion of the range of their dreams and how they can hear those dreams in the campfire. At the end of the chapter, a baby is held up that is born of a white mother and red...

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