Pigs in Heaven - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

When Taylor fled with Turtle, the commitment between her and Jax was indefinite-Taylor had told him that if he felt like being with someone else it was acceptable since, she said, "It was going to be a long haul." Jax has no ambivalence. He loves Taylor and wants only her. He wants to marry her and bring up Turtle and have children of their own.

Gundi brings him a registered letter and he must come to her house to sign for it before the mailman will turn loose of it. The letter is from Annawake; in it she explains further why she is so driven to pursue the matter of Turtle's adoption. She reveals what happens to Indian children who grow up in white families. They seem to do well as long as they are in the families, but when they must make it in the world...

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