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I Heard the Owl Call My Name - Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 Summary

From the village, the Indians hear the noise of the landslide, and the men hurry to check the site and help if possible. The women and children wait in the village and wonder what has happened and who has been hurt. Keetah waits too and prays that both men will be unharmed. When she sees a boat returning with one person wrapped in blankets to keep warm, she cannot tell who it is. She goes to the vicarage and finds Jim crying, although he denies it. They talk of missing Mark and how they will face the future. Jim talks of building a home and how he would treat Keetah. He proposes marriage, and she accepts.

All the residents of Kingcome work to prepare for Mark's burial and all the guests that will come. Each group has certain tasks, including clearing the path to the graveyard, preparing...

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