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One Thousand White Women - NOTEBOOK IV THE DEVIL WHISKEY 23 May, 26 May and 28 May 1875 Summary & Analysis

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NOTEBOOK IV THE DEVIL WHISKEY 23 May, 26 May and 28 May 1875 Summary

May and Martha concur they must have been drugged on their wedding night, and Martha confesses to losing her virginity. They agree it was like a dream that really happened. Now on a trip with her new husband, May looks back at the village and feels a sense of home, peace and gratitude, marveling at how the Indians have made themselves part of the natural setting.

At their campsite, May and the Chief eat roasted grouse, stuffed with wild onions and herbs May has gathered. May talks to Little Wolf in English, and he nods and occasionally replies in his own language. She explains her life story, certain he has also told her important things, but cannot understand one another yet. May is willingly learning the finer...

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