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I Heard the Owl Call My Name Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 19 Summary

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Chapter 19 Summary

Keetah returns to the village in March, by her choice as Marta expected, not in defeat. She comes back a woman, not a child. She does not come immediately to speak to Mark, and he questions again his knowledge of the tribe and realizes they are not sure he will accept Keetah back.

After two weeks, Keetah does come and talk to Mark. She expresses her feelings on losing Gordon to the white world and her need to return to the village so that she can feel alive again. For her, the village is both very freeing and a prison. The village has not changed, but she has. While she did not feel at home in the white world, she appreciated certain aspects of it, such as the sharing that occurs in a marriage. Mark listens and tells her she must continue to grow and learn so...

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