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One Thousand White Women Chapter Summary & Analysis - 17 June 1875, NOTEBOOK V - A GYPSY'S LIFE 7 July and 14 July 1875 Summary

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17 June 1875, NOTEBOOK V - A GYPSY'S LIFE 7 July and 14 July 1875 Summary

Helen Flight will be guest of honor at a dance, being credited for the raid in which no Cheyenne lives were lost. The Kit Fox warriors, successfully stole many Crow horses. Helen shares how effective her snipe painting was in protecting one of the warriors, and the Indians have begun to believe that Helen's magic is more powerful than Rev. Hare's. All are revolted by Hare's display of cowardice on the night of drunkenness and his loss of faith.

The camp is planning its summer hunts deep in the wilderness, further from civilization. The savages have no Shakespeare, because they are too busy living life to ponder it. Time does not exist for the savages, but May keeps a calendar and is filled with joy and trepidation over being...

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