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Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder - Chapter 22 and 23 Summary & Analysis

Kent Nerburn
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Chapter 22 and 23 Summary and Analysis

Chapter twenty-two and twenty-three cover their conversation about Jesus and the arrival of a storm.

Chapter 22 The Song of History notes the darkened sky, except for visible roadway signs Grover that read aloud as they drove. Dan's anger lessened, but he smoked cigarettes continuously. Far ahead, a whitewashed cross stood out against the gray sky when Dan asked Nerburn what he thought of Jesus. Dan asked whether Nerburn thought his spirit was alive when he didn't reply. Nerburn began an academic reply, but Dan said he wanted to know about the rancher that put up the cross while Grover broke in about Mount Rushmore, Jesus and Abraham Lincoln. Grover said missionaries tell people to believe in Jesus and that he'll be alive in one's heart, but they never talk about Abraham Lincoln being alive in people's hearts. Dan replied Lincoln is white man...

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