The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

In this chapter, he talks about turning 13 and then spending every year until he was 25 trying to figure out what it meant to be 13. Victor is also trying to figure out what it means to be Indian. Victor learns more about what it means to be an Indian when his father is called by the Witness Protection Program in Spokane.

The Witness Protection Program asks his father about the disappearance of a man that happened ten years ago. Victor's father explains that he was friends with the man at one time and wasn't surprised that he had disappeared. Many Indians have disappeared at one time or another because of the various Indian relocations. The Indian relocations sent them to cities where they just seemed to disappear into the vastness of the city.

Victor's father tells the Witness Protection Program that the man was shot in the head...

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