The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Victor talks about knowing Norma before she married James Many Horses. Norma was slightly older then he was, but he still called her grandmother out of respect. Victor sees her at fry bread stand and they shake hands with their fingers as only Indians do. Victor listens to Norma.

Norma says that Indians are the most sensitive people on the planet, even more sensitive then animals. Norma comments that when you are watching something happening you become part of the happening. Norma also says that everything matters. The Indians love to sit with Norma and listen to her speak this wisdom. Norma didn't drink and smoke.

Victor talks about dancing the night at the Powwow Tavern with Norma. Victor dreams about her and thinks he might have a crush on her, but she doesn't believe he has a crush on her and hopes...

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