Painted Horses - Catherine: 1 - 5 Summary & Analysis

Malcolm Brooks
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In the beginning of the first part of this chapter, Catherine Lemay wakes up from a dream. She's in London and on an archaeological dig, but things are not going well. A lady tells her that she's not ready and she's falling. In reality, Catherine is on a train traveling to Montana for the summer to complete an assignment in a canyon near an Indian reservation. She's recently off of a dig and has a fiance who she's just gotten engaged to. He's in Manhattan. On the train she talks to the boy sitting near her and expresses her opinion about the West, which is not very high. She tells him that she's spent time in places that are older than the American West, in London.

The train stops and she has two hours to wait before continuing her journey. After eating a...

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