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I Heard the Owl Call My Name Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 22 Summary

Mark faces both his coming death and his departure from the village. He seems sadder about leaving Kingcome and is determined not to burden the Indians with his knowledge. Keetah comes to him as he stands near the old burial ground and speaks for the village. They already know he is ill and ask him to stay with them until the end. They have written the bishop also to request this. Mark is very relieved and touched by the kindness of the village.

Late that day, Mark and Jim are summoned to help search for a young logger who has gotten drunk and stolen a boat. During the trip, Mark gives Jim some advice on how to deal with Keetah when Mark is gone. He tells Jim to treat her as a partner, to take her outside sometimes to learn more of the white world and to...

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