My Name Is Not Easy - Part II: The Day the Soldiers Came (1961-1962); Rose Hips and Chamomile/Donna; Burnt Offerings/Luke; Military Trash/Chickie; The Day the Soldiers Came/Luke; The Meanest Heathens/Sonny and Amiq Summary & Analysis

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Donna helps Sister Sarah work in the garden and recalls being raised by a nun named Sister Ann at a mission. Donna was traumatized when Sister Ann left but instinctively knew that she was to keep her emotions to herself. Sister Ann gave Donna a St. Christopher's medal which she wears around her neck and rubs for comfort. Sister Mary Kate interrupts Sister Sarah and Donna with the news that a dead moose has been found on the highway. Father Mullen has put Sister Mary Kate in charge of butchering the moose for food and she is frantic because she doesn't have any idea on how to accomplish that. Sister Sarah calmly tells her...

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