Pigs in Heaven - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

The story takes another shift here and focuses on Cash Stillwater, a Cherokee Indian who is living and working in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He works at a leather store but in the evenings makes bead jewelry, which his lady friend, Rose, sells in the shop where she works, pretending that she makes it. He is from Heaven, Oklahoma and has left after his wife died and one of his two daughters committed suicide. The other left, taking his granddaughter with her-the child of her sister, the daughter who had died.

After the man who owns the store that sells the beads commits suicide, Cash faces up to the fact that he can't deal with being away from his tribe and decides to go back home to Heaven.

Chapter 11 Analysis

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