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One Thousand White Women - 25 December, 23 January, 26 January and 28 January 1876 Summary & Analysis

Jim Fergus
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25 December, 23 January, 26 January and 28 January 1876 Summary

Christmas makes May think of her children and her own childhood, and she vows again to be reunited with them and tell her the stories of her adventures. Although it is snowing and blowing, May takes her notebooks and goes for a morning visit to Martha's. Martha makes coffee, and May gives her a present. Martha cries over learning that it is Christmas day, but May tells her that she only has a home right here. Joking about Santa coming down the tipi's smoke hole, May and Martha sing a Christmas carol together, and doze in front of Martha's fire.

By January 23, it has been almost a month since May's accident wherein she risked her own life and that of her child. She is now strong enough to sit up and write, but regrets being...

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