Love Medicine - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

The third chapter shifts in perspective to Nector Kashpaw, when he is a young, unmarried man with a multitude of choices ahead of him. It is summertime, and Nector spends most mornings with his twin brother Eli, hunting for birds in the marsh. They compliment each other well. Eli has excellent aim, but Nector has the necessary charm to take the birds into town and sell them. After they split their earnings, Eli usually goes off into the woods alone, while Nector goes to the fiddle dances to socialize.

Nector is tall, slim and handsome enough to have his pick of girls. On this particular afternoon his mind is focused on just one woman, Lulu Nanapush. She has captured his full attention by her voluptuous figure and flirtatious ways, despite the abundance of available women. As Nector walks along a dirt road, he...

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