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Red Prophet Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Five: A Sign and Chapter Six: Powder Keg Summary

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Chapter Five: A Sign and Chapter Six: Powder Keg Summary

When word reaches Harrison of a Red with one eye called the Prophet, he laughs, recognizing the description as Lolla-Wossiky, but the stories keep coming, so he calls the Reds together and suggests that if Lolla is a prophet, he should be able to heal his bad eye. The challenge is taken to Tenskwa-Tawa by two drunk Reds. He tells them that with one eye, he sees two men who love the land, their wives and families, and with the other he sees two sick men who are slaves to likker and who mock him using words of a murderer. He sends them back to Harrison to tell him that a fire will start in his home one day by no man's hand that will take what he dearly loves and...

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