The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

This chapter talks about John-John who has saved money. John-John packs up his things, including a picture of his older brother Joseph. Joseph had been in military action and had been taken as a prisoner of war. John-John talks about the wonderful things Joseph did on the reservation before he went off to war.

Joseph sang with a voice that made everyone listen, even Indians that had far too much to drink. Joseph paid the rent and John-John waited everyday for John-John. John-John drank often and looked for signs of the time for Joseph to come home.

John-John hears a jet land outside and he greets the jet to find Joseph as the pilot. Joseph was battered from being a prisoner of war. Joseph doesn't seem to remember John-John, but we find out that this is John-John's imagination. John-John sometimes imagines that Joseph...

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